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Volume 16 • Number 43 • 12 Pages • 4 Inserts • 2 Sections • Livingston, Alabama 35470 • Thursday, February 17, 2011 75¢ Each, 10% tax include
Shooting, wreck kills two
force sale of LHS
State Supt. Dr. Morton gives Commission
until Friday to come up with cash
By Herman B. Ward, Jr. School, but the State Department of Education
Associate Editor said, “No,” to that much time following two
Sumter School Board members voted to allow meetings held Wednesday, Feb. 9.
the Sumter County Commission two months to Commissioners Marcus Campbell and
explore avenues to purchase Livingston High Tommie Armistead called a special meeting to
ask for the commissioners blessing on exploring
Meeting set to discuss
options to purchase the Livingston facility.
Both commissioners then attended the Sumter
LHS purchase, again
Top photo is shooting scene in
County School Board meeting the same evening, Miller Hill Community. Inset
Feb. 9 to ask for time to make an offer. photo is what appears to be
Commissioner Marcus Campbell called at The school board agreed and granted the blood at the scene on a plastic
press time to ask the Record Journal to publi- request, however; the county commissioners bag. Photo at right is path vehi-
cize a community meeting concerning the pur- received a letter dated Feb. 10, from State cle took leaving parts of the red
chase of LHS. Superintendent of Education Joseph B. Morton, Cadillac embedded in tree
Campbell said a meeting will be held allowing only 9 days for the commission to show trunks. Two men died in the
Monday, Feb. 21 at 6:30 p.m at the LHS audi- ability to purchase the property. Read the letter in
One shot, two die in car
vehicle accident as they were in
torium. it’s entirety on page 2 of this edition and online.
Commissioner Armistead presented a petition route to Hill Hospital following a
The meeting is “to discuss the acquisition of
Sen. Shelby still
Continued on page 2-A
crash in route to hospital
Continued on page 3-A
believes in I-84 reward
By Tommy McGraw source said it appeared Tolliver shoulder. The wound was not
By Jamaree Collins originally designated for Two men are dead following was alive following the motor life threatening, according to the
During the summer of expansion of Interstate 85 a shooting and a motor vehicle vehicle accident. Evidence source.
2005, Republican Alabama from Montgomery to the accident just outside Livingston appeared to show Tolliver had It is believed Tolliver would
Senator Richard Shelby early Saturday morning, Feb. attempted to climb a steep hill have survived the shooting if he
secured $100 million that was Continued on page 3-A 12. back to the roadway before he had gained medical treatment.
Alabama State Troopers list- expired. According to Chief Deputy
ed the two dead men as Temperatures plummeted Cottrell, the Sheriff’s office had
Lamarco Tolliver, 24, of into the teens Friday night and several good suspects in the
The City of Livingston Livingston and the driver early Saturday, Feb. 11, 12 shooting of Tolliver and the
is offering a $5,000 Marvin DeWayne Smith, 34, of according to weather records. Sheriff’s Department hopes to
reward for information Sweet Water. According to a Cottrell confirmed that the make an arrest in the coming
leading to the arrest and press release from the Alabama Sheriff’s office received a 911 days.
conviction of those Department of Public Safety call and the caller said there was Sheriff Tyrone Clarke was
responsible for calling in “The crash occurred at 3:10 some type of argument and out of town at a conference and
false bomb threats to a.m., two miles South of Epes. shooting at the club. issued this statement by email:
Livingston High School. Alabama State Troopers contin- According to Cottrell the “According to Sheriff Clark,
Livingston City ued to investigate the circum- caller asked for an ambulance once made aware of the inci-
Council voted Monday stances surrounding this crash.” and identified the Club as dent, he began working with his
night at their Council According to Sumter County Eliza’s Club being in the Miller department to set in motion an
University of West Alabama President Richard Holland, left, meeting to pay the reward. Chief Deputy Robert Cottrell, Hill Community. investigation. Sheriff Clark
speaks with United States Senator Richard Shelby Saturday, Classes at Livingston Tolliver had been shot. It was One source close to the inves- added that he and his officers
Feb 12 at Y Hall on the UWA campus. Shelby was in Sumter High School have been not determined if Tolliver died tigation said Tolliver sustained a are working diligently to collect
County making his regular Town Hall visits to several West from the gunshot or from bullet wound that entered one information and evidence to
Continued on page 3-A
City OKs Chamber contract
Alabama Counties Saturday. Photo by Jamare Collins injuries in the wreck. One shoulder and exited the other Continued on page 3-A
Wife saves life
By Tommy McGraw the motion and Councilman motion was never seconded.
Livingston City Council Carl Sudduth second the At Monday night’s meeting
approved a contract with the motion that has been presented Busby, Moore, Sudduth and
Sumter County Alabama and voted down two times in Mayor Tom Tartt voted in favor
Chamber of Commerce previous meetings. The motion of the contract. Councilman
(SCACC) at its Monday night, passed 4-2. Nelson “Coach” Hughes and
Feb. 14 meeting. The last meeting on Jan. 24 Councilwoman Iola Williams
With no discussion this time, Gary Busby made the motion
York sets record straight
Councilman Joe Moore made to approve the contract, but the Continued on page 2-A
By Herman B. Ward, Jr. was approved by the council. the council.
Associate Editor Councilman Bernard Hill City Clerk Harrison said the
Councilwoman Jean Jones said he agreed that while the matter was urgent, and she pre-
Margaret McDonald saved her husbands life during a home fire that destroyed their asked the council to “ set the clerk’s actions may have been sented the check only to hold
mobile home in Livingston on Feb 6. McDonaldʼs husband is disabled. Livingston Fire records straight” and vote in done in good faith, he could not the truck long enough for the
fighters witnessed her heroic act as they arrived on the scene. The Livingston City favor of City Clerk Alecia sanction her actions in making mayor and council to be
Council acknowledged the honor at the Council meeting Monday night, Feb 14. Mayor Harrison’s $5,000 down pay- the purchase without the informed. She did not know the
Tom Tartt read into the record the official act of heroism. “Due to her strong heart and ment on a used dump truck for approval and consent of the seller would present the check
the city at the York Council mayor and council. for payment prior to the mayor
strong back, Margaret saved her husband, who is disabled, by getting him out of that
meeting, Monday, Feb. 7. York Mayor Glenda Dubose and council approving the pur-
house before he perished in the fire. There is no doubt if she had not acted in such an
Councilwoman Jones said said she too did not approve of chase.
unselfish way and brave manor, her husband would have perished.” A fund has been the clerks action was done “in the city clerk’s actions, and said Councilman Charles
established at Regions Bank in Livingston. where anyone may donate to the family. The good faith” and the records she did reprimand the clerk Richardson said the council did
home was a total loss. should reflect that her action before presenting the matter to
Photo by Tommy McGraw
Continued on page 3-A
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York Police Report
Roe arrested following high
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speed chase by York Police
Prince Rowe, black male, Jan. 15 on a Misdemeanor
(B/M), 46, of Bellamy was Warrant for Disorderly
arrested on Jan. 19 for a Conduct. He was processed
Misdemeanor Charge of and transported to the Johnny
Reckless Endangerment and Hatter Detention Center. The
Attempting to Elude a Police arresting Officer was Ofc.
Officer. He was processed and Varner.
transported to the Johnny Lawson Grant, B/M, 28, of
Hatter Detention Center. The York was arrested Jan. 17 on a
arresting Officers was Ofc. Misdemeanor Warrant for
Varner and Cpl. Chinn. Failure to Appear. He was
Chief Harris said Rowe lead processed and transported to
police on a high speed chase the Johnny Hatter Detention
through York on Hwy. 17, then Prince Rowe Center.
Hwy. 28 and into a cow pasture Hatter Detention Center. The James Turner, B/M, 52, of
and through a wooded area arresting officer was Ofc. R. York was arrested on Jan. 21 on
Friday night, Jan. 14. Varner. a Misdemeanor Charge of DUI,
Rowe drove as far as he Latony Davis, B/M, 31, of First Degree. He was processed
could and almost drove into a York was arrested on Jan. 4 on and taken to the Johnny Hatter
local pond according to Chief a Misdemeanor Charge of Detention Center. The arresting
Harris. Rowe then left the vehi- Public Intoxication. He was officer was Inv. McVay, Jr.
cle and ran on foot while being processed and taken to the Daniel Woodard, B/M, 37, of
chased by tracking dogs. The Johnny Hatter Detention York was arrested on Jan. 22 on
K-9 unit was brought in from Center. The arresting officer a Misdemeanor Charge of
Bibb county. was Ofc. R. Varner. Disorderly Conduct. He was
Rowe ran across Interstate Rapheion Lawson, B/M, 21, processed and later released
59/20 and was able to elude of York was arrested on Jan. 8 and given a date to appear in
capture. Rowe also faces two on a Misdemeanor Charge of court. The arresting officer was
felony violations and was want- Public Intoxication. He was Inv. McVay, Jr.
ed in Tuscaloosa County processed and taken to the Johnny Landrum, B/M, 38,
according to Chief Harris. Johnny Hatter Detention of York was arrested on Jan. 22
Teyona Byis, black female Center. on a Misdemeanor Warrant of
(BF) 22, of Livingston was Michael Landrum, B/M, 22, Domestic Violence, Third
arrested on Jan. 1 on a of York was arrested on Jan. 14 Degree. He was processed and
Misdemeanor Charge of on Felony Charges of Unlawful given a date to appear in court.
Disorderly Conduct. She was Breaking and Entering a The arresting officer was Inv.
processed and transported to Vehicle and Possession of a McVay, Jr.
the Johnny Hatter Detention Forged Instrument, Second Foster Bias, B/M, 51, of
Center. The arresting officer Degree. He was processed at York was arrested on Jan. 28 on
was Inv. Ray McVay, Jr. the Johnny Hatter Detention Misdemeanor Warrants of
Terrance White, black male Center. The arresting officer Contempt of Court and
(B/M), 20, of Meridian, Miss. was Chief Brian Harris. Harassing Communication. He
was arrested on Jan. 1 on a Kenneth Ruffin, B/M, 42, of was processed and given a date
Misdemeanor Charge of York was arrested on Jan. 15 on to appear in court. The arresting
Unlawfully Carrying a Misdemeanor Charges of officer was Inv. McVay, Jr.
Concealed Weapon. He was Disorderly Conduct and Gregory Johnson, B/M, 20,
processed and given a date to Discharging a Firearm in City of York was arrested on Jan. 29
appear in court. The arresting Limits. He was processed and on a Misdemeanor Charge of
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officer was Inv. Ray McVay, Jr. transported to the Johnny Disorderly Conduct and
Clifford Baskin, B/M, 18, of Hatter Detention Center. The Resisting Arrest. He was
York was arrested on Jan. 1 on arresting Officer was Ofc. R. processed and transported to
a Misdemeanor Charge of Varner. the Johnny Hatter Detention
Loitering. He was processed Royshun Crawford, B/M, 28 Center. The arresting officer
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and transported to the Johnny of Phoenix City was arrested on was Ofc. R. Varner.
agree to allow some discretion Foster. ed the mechanic is valuable,
on the part of the clerk regard- Councilwoman Jones said and $5.00 per hour was not
ing city funds. Foster is not paid the agreed unreasonable.
City Attorney Richard Cross upon salary for mechanic added Councilman Richardson
said the mayor and council’s that she did not know he was asked Councilwoman Jones if voted against the motion. age and have access to a retire- Feb. 11 in the regular Chamber
approval of the purchase of the appointed as mechanic until the she would agree to wait until The wording in the contract ment plan. The Chamber is to meeting, “Lets go ahead and
dump truck indicated their sup- last meeting. the council met and decided on seemed to be the biggest obsti- reimburse the city 100 percent pay the amount at the first of
port and no action was not nec- Councilwoman Payne said the hiring of a city administra- cle for the council to agree on. of the cost. the month instead of waiting on
essarily required on the matter. Foster should be paid the same tor. The document was reworded The Chamber is to have a the invoice,” to keep the city
Mechanic as the former mechanic if he Councilwoman Jones agreed four times over three and one one month advance payroll in fathers happy.
Councilwoman Jones sug- has the responsibility. to delay her motion until Feb. half months before the contract reserve with the city. The con- The Chamber executive
gested an increase in salary for Mayor Dubose said Foster 22. got the final approval. tract will become “null and director recently aided the city
York City Mechanic Larry was doing a good job, but city Lake Louise The council met one hour void” if the Chamber fails to in obtaining a $23,000 grant
funds are limited and urged the Councilman Richardson said prior to the regular council pay the city within five days of from the United States
council to consider how they the Lake Louse renovation
meeting Monday in a “work receipt of an invoice. Department of Agriculture
will pay the salary not only of project was progressing well session” to iron out the lan- Chamber member Tammy (USDA) to help purchase a
Foster, but the advertised city and informed the council a local guage differences in the con- Montgomery said at the Friday, new ambulance for the city.
On the Courthouse Square 652-5500 manager as well. businessman volunteered to tract.
SHOW TIMES The mayor said there are pay for a sign to be installed at The contract simply stated
BILL NIXON'S RAIN GAUGE
other employees that deserve a the lake explaining the fees and the Chamber wanted to run
raise as well, but again said city conditions for utilizing the lake. their payroll through the City of
funds are limited. Cash, Buy, Sell or Trade Livingston to pay the
Councilwoman Payne said (CBST) owner Oscar Newton Executive Director. The payroll
“the Lord will make a way” and offered to pay for the sign
6:30 & 9 p.m. nightly questioned why grants had not reported Councilman
will not cost the City “one cent” Month 2009 2010 Average 2011 Diff. 10
Friday, Feb. 18 - Thur. Feb. 24 according to Chamber mem- Jan. 2.41 5.42 5.42 5.18 -.24
been acquired by the city. Richardson. bers who asked for the move.
Councilman Anthony Councilman Richardson Feb. 3.29 5.86 5.86
Chamber Vice Chairman
6 adults - $3 age 10 & under
March 4.80 4.90 4.90
Dubose suggested hiring anoth- asked council members to Jimmy Collins in one meeting
er grant writer as a solution to encourage citizens to join the said the contract amounted to April 2.99 4.90 4.90
some of the city’s financial lim- lake committee and encourage “paper work” that would save May 6.84 4.20 4.20
itations. Mayor Dubose invited others to invite their friends and the Chamber money, but not June .84 4.29 4.29
Councilman Dubose to submit neighbors to support Lake cost the city any money. July 2.60 5.10 5.10
a candidate. Louise renovation efforts. The Chamber employee will Aug. 3.78 3.95 3.95
Councilman Bernard Hill Cuba Wants Water gain reduced insurance cover- Sept. 6.40 3.93 3.93
suggested approving a $2.50 Mayor Dubose told the coun- Oct. 5.33 4.10 4.10
per hour raise instead of the cil the Town of Cuba is interest- Nov. 1.80 4.79 4.79
$5.00 per hour suggested raise ed in purchasing water from
Dec. 7.92 4.45 4.45
by Councilwoman Jones. York.
Total 52.00 44.58 55.89
Councilwoman Jones insist- Mayor Dubose said a water
study is being conducted by
Alabama Rural WaterAuthority
for the feasibility of the propos-
al. No action was taken.
The Sumter County Record-Journal is published every Sunday Liquor
Thursday at 210 South Washington Street, Livingston, Attorney Cross said State
Alabama. POSTMASTER send changes of address Representative A.J.
to P. O. Drawer B, Livingston, AL 35470. McCampbell was scheduled to Livingston High School and
other Sumter County Board of
Advertisements are accepted in person, via mail or arrive and address Sunda liquor
Education property. Phone Calls
through advertising agents. Phone: (205) 652-6100. E- sales in York City limits.
Campbell said Sate Senator
mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: www.record- Councilwoman Jones sug-
Bobby Singleton, State
Host Terri Brewer and Attorney Bob Prince
gested allowing the sale of alco-
journal.net. Periodicals postage paid, Livingston, AL holic beverages in York on Representative A.J.
35470. McCampbell are scheduled to
Sunday to help generate tax
revenue, since citizens were attend. U.S. Congress woman,
Alabama PressAssociation purchasing alcoholic beverages Terri Sewell, may be in atten- Workers
in neighboring cities. dance.
2010AwardWinner Rep. Mccampbell did not Campbell said County
arrive by the end of the meeting Commission and School Board Guest:
(BOE) members will also be in
STAFF and no action was taken.
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caller saying there was a bomb tioned a suspect and no more
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Sumter County Record-Journal - Thursday, February 17, 2011 Page 3-A
Mississippi state line. That amount, however, Recently Ken Tucker, Dean of the UWA
barely scratched the surface of actual costs it College of Business, was quoted as saying
would take for the expansion, which is approx- “The route needed to take a more northern
imately two billion. Despite the lack of funds, route. This would provide a greater impact to
Shelby remains convinced the project will the cities we care about: Livingston, Selma,
become a reality one day. York, Demopolis and Uniontown.”
Meanwhile, residents of Sumter County Alabama Governor Robert Bentley has also
haven’t been quite as enthusiastic about the joined the efforts to expand I-85. Bentley stat-
possible expansion of I-85. Several of them ed on numerous occasions that the extension is
voiced their concerns to Sen. Shelby during his part of his plans for economic growth in the
recent visit to the University of West Alabama Black Belt area. His plan is to secure federal
on Feb. 12. funding through federal highway matching
One resident said according to the plan an funds and grants.
extended I-85 would go directly through his Another major issue that was heavily dis-
neighborhood thus destroying a lot homes in cussed Saturday, was the economy. Shelby
the process. explained that, “We are the biggest debtors’
Shelby assured residents in attendance that nation in the world. Does the congress have the
wouldn’t occur. Instead he promised to fight for will to do anything about it? If things don’t
the expansion to extend around neighborhoods. change, the market will downgrade the United
Shelby also stated that he wanted to keep any States similar to incidents that occurred in
neighborhoods that would be affected intact. Greece and Ireland. You simply can’t make it
off borrowed money.”
Train wreck, halts train traffic
“A lot of people are still employed. For one
thing, we’re not creating enough jobs to keep
up with the work force coming in. I’ve con- No injures were reported to Livingston Police following a train derailment Wednesday, Feb.
stantly suggested during congressional meet- 9 on Drayton Pruittʼs land east of Livingston. Livingston Police Chief Ashley Welborn said four
ings that we look at every program offered and four train cars over turned and there were no chemicals that leaked from the cars. He said
see what’s essential, what’s not.”
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Norfolk Southern Rail Road crew came in to clean up and repair the tracks. The track is also
Shelby also expressed that one of the biggest used by AmTrack. Trains were delayed until the rail line was repaired. Photo by Tommy McGraw
reasons we ended up in a bad economy is that
there is too much credit debt, which is why so
many banks ended up being shut down. He
cited that while some banks are currently in
good shape, they are scared to lend money out
of fear. resolve this matter. He encour- after the accident. not the Sheriff’s office.
When asked about the Coskato bioethenol ages anyone with information to According to Cottrell the Tolliver said he went to the
plant coming to neighboring Greene County, contact his office at 652-2841.” shooting occurred at approxi- sheriff’s office after learning
Livingston residents Bill and Carol Nixon, Shelby commented that he likes what the plant According to rescue person- mately 2 am at Eliza's Club in about the 911 call to listen to the
right, chat, with United States Senator brings to the area, especially from an econom- nel, the two men were found the Miller Hill Community near recording around 1 p. m.
Richard Shelby Saturday, Feb 12 at the ic stand-point. In general jobs are often hard to ejected from a Smith’s 1994 red Epes. Saturday to see if the caller was
Brock Y Hall on the UWA campus. Shelby find in today’s economy, but options are Cadillac Seville that had Cottrell said when deputies his nephew. Tolliver said he
was in Sumter County making his regular severely limited in the Black Belt region. Any wrecked on Highway 11. One arrived, the club had closed and called Sheriff’s Clark’s cell
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Town Hall visits Saturday. added options are always welcomed. resident who assisted volunteers they did not find anyone to gain phone number around 2 p.m.,
at the scene referred to the acci- any information from. but did not reach him.
dent scene as “dead man’s Tolliver’s relatives, Sumter Tolliver said Clark returned
curve.” County Juvenile Probation his call around 6:30 p.m. and
Relatives of Tolliver had Officer Josette White and said he did not know about the
begun a search Saturday and Livingston Policeman Roger shooting.
with 600 names o the commis- offer on Livingston High. between 3.5 to 4.5 million dol- contacted the Sumter County Tolliver spearheaded the search Tolliver said he also contact-
sion and the school board last “I don’t feel we should sell lars. Rescue Squad to help find the for their nephew, Lamarco. ed area hospitals to see if they
Wednesday in favor of the Livingston High School,” Commissioner Ottice missing men. Smith is the brother in law of had treated a gunshot victim
county commission making an Board member Delaine said. Russell said he was not in favor The vehicle was located Sumter County Deputy Brian early Saturday morning.
effort to take possession of the “It has not been advertised in of the county trying to acquire shortly after dark Saturday Harris. Tolliver said he did not know if
property. The property was the paper. I thought that since the high school, and added he night. The vehicle appeared to According to Roger Tolliver the Sheriff’s department had
appraised at $4.6 million. the county commission is the felt the university will be in a have left the roadway at a high it was the family that initiated done so.
The six hundred signatures mother and father of this coun- better position to make good rate of speed. The red Cadillac and accelerated the investiga- Tolliver said it was also he
represents approximately 4 per- ty, the local government is sup- use of the facility. Comm. clipped at least two large trees tion after hearing reports that and White that found the wreck
cent of the total population, pose to take care of the board of Russell voted against the deci- and tumbled end over end their nephew had been in a fight scene and called the Sumter
14,000 of Sumter County and education. sion. before crashing into the and did not return home Friday County Rescue Squad to the
about 6 percent of the registered “That building can be used. “If the college is going to embankment down a gully night. scene, contrary to statements
voters, 10,000. You can have a multi-purpose expand, it will do more for the alongside Highway 11. Tolliver said he and White made by Sheriff Clark to
“We can’t ignore the desires office there as well as the board people in Sumter County than Parts of the car were still called the rescue squad and WTOK TV reporter Andrea
of that many citizens,” stated of education. It will be a great, our buying that building,” embedded in tree trunks days asked for their help and it was Williams.
Commissioner Campbell. great thing for the county,” Comm. Russell said.
Commissioner Campbell Delaine said. Commission Chairman Ben
urged the commission to sup- “Livingston High School is Walker voted in favor of
port efforts to “at least discuss the best property we have and Campbell’s motion to explore
and look into” acquiring the we are being forced to sell it. It the possibility to acquire
“We are here only to explore
is almost like extortion. Certain
people should not have to buy
Livingston High, but empha-
sized the limited funds and
piggly wiggly ®
the option to look into it. We our property. It has not been resources of the county.
know the state of the county. advertised. Why should we sell “Names and money is two
None sold to dealers.
Who knows what might be out it to the first person that comes different things,” Comm.
We reserve the right to correct typographical or pictorial errors.
there for us? We are talking along, because the state depart- Walker said, referring to the
York, Al Prices good Feb. 16 - February 22, 2011
about if we can. I listen to peo- ment says ‘you will sell it to names on the petition.
205 Main/2nd Store Hours: 6am til 7pm
ple when they express con- them?” asked Board member “That’s a lot of money for a
Sirloin Tip Roast T-bone Steak Shank Portion Ham Fryer Breast
cerns. Let’s look and see. We Delaine. building, if you have to buy the
U.S.D.A. Boneless U.S.D.A. Beef Cook’s Smoked Fresh Boneless
don’t know until we look,” stat- “We better do it the right building and put that much
ed Comm. Campbell. way. I’m not for selling it to money into it. We will be glad per lb. family pack per lb. per lb. family pack per lb.
“I think the school board UWA,” Delaine insisted. to look, but at the moment, I
should have more than one Livingston Mayor Tom Tartt don’t see where the commis-
option coming to them,”
Comm. Campbell added.
Commissioner Aubrey Ellis
who is employed by UWA
spoke to the commission and
said he was at the meeting to
sion can do anything. We had to
go over the budget three times
to balance it. The commission
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currently has no money to pay Alabama. buy the building. We don’t have
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gling to manage the county record straight,” Mayor Tartt “If there is some other
Pork Sausage ………1 lb.pkg. `2‡·
with the funds available. said. avenue, the commission has ……………1 lb.pkg.
“What are they talking about “The university got involved always tried to help the board of
spending for the old high school in negotiating for the property education. We have a lot of
property and what kind of con- over a year ago. Dr. Primm con- obligations ourselves,” Comm.
dition is it in?” asked tacted me over a year ago and Walker said.
Commissioner Ellis. said the school system was Commissioner Ellis offered a
Commissioner Ottice going to need to sell some of it’s motion to explore the possibili-
Russell said the property excess property,” Mayor Tartt ty of acquiring Livingston
appraised at about $4 million. said. High. The commission voted 5-
Commissioner Armistead Mayor Tartt said the City of 1, with Comm. Russell voting
suggested a partnership Livingston was at first interest- against the motion. Pink Salmon
between the county and another ed in the material center, but Following the same appeal
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entity to take possession of the decided it was not feasible to from Commissioner Campbell
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school and use it for a commu- purchase at that time. and Armistead at the school
nity center and county multi-
Mayor Tartt explained the
university’s interest in
board meeting Wednesday
evening, at 6:30, the school Tea Bags
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“I think we could go into a Livingston High. board voted unanimously to
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partnership. I wouldn’t be look- “In the beginning there was a allow the Sumter County
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Comm. Armistead explained. what the university would do explore options and possibili- ¤/`3
“It will involve the entire with the property,” revealed ties to acquire Livingston High
community. What we are ask- Mayor Tartt. School. Citrus Punch………64 oz.
ing for is time to contact our
financial people and look into
“It was being said a magnet
school would be put in it for K- of
However, State Department
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obtaining or refinancing a bond. 6 or K-12. We told Dr. Primm Superintendent Dr. Craig 69~
“I don’t see how we could very early on that we had no Pouncey said after the meeting,
not even ask them to give us intentions of putting any kind of the school board was made well
Fresh Produce 1 lb. box
time to look into the possibili- school in that building, and that aware of the Department of
ty,” Comm. Armistead said. [wording] could be put in the Education’s position regarding
School board member Ann
Luke was present, and asked to
“There are three reasons why
the liquidation of surplus prop-
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Purple Hull, Crowder, Field or
comment on the property at the the university starting looking Dr. Pouncey indicated the
Board member Luke said the
property was appraised at $4.6
into that property.
“Number one, it joins the
university property. Number
State may not be in a position to
allow the time requested by the
county commission, if there is a
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million, but the prospective two, we have a desperate need legitimate offer for the property.
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15-16 oz. can
buyer’s appraiser estimated the for room for our college of edu- Dr. Pouncey said the need for
cost of repairing the heating
system, water, electrical, and
roof at over $2 million.
cation. We are crowded and we
need the room. Number three, it
would help a desperate finan-
funds by the Sumter County
Board of Education is urgent.
To view and hear the com- Yellow Onions
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School Board member cial need for the board of educa- missioners meeting and school
Fresh 12-pack 12-oz. cans
Julene Delaine was at the spe- tion,” Mayor Tartt said. board meeting in it’s entirety, ……per lb. `1°·
cial called commission meeting Mayor Tartt said estimated log on to www.recordjournal.
also, and said she was in favor
of the commission making an
figures to bring Livingston
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Donate your car to When you are ready to included in the $10 suggested Farm Service Agency in
If you have an extra car and
donate car, please contact
Community Announcements donation. A cash bar will also be
Alabama, today announced that
Agriculture Secretary Tom
are looking for a way to reduce http://www.cars4charities.org/ Proceeds from the event will Vilsack has set general signup
your income taxes, here is one or call 1-866-448-3487. They students and faculty will inter- Department has instituted the fund scholarships for students for the Conservation Reserve
recommendation. You will get a will gladly explain the entire car view clients and prepare indi- Student Nighttime Auxiliary from Mobile and Baldwin Program (CRP) to begin on
tax deduction of $500 or more donation process to you and vidual state and federal income Patrol (SNAP) program to counties to attend UWA. For March 14, 2011, and continue
when you donate car to charity. provide you with prompt and tax returns at no charge. VITA is increase campus safety by pro- more information or to RSVP, through April 15, 2011. During
Sadly, many charities will only professional service. designed to help individuals viding free student escorts any- please contact the Office of the signup period, farmers and
let you donate car that is run- Galilee Baptist Church with disabilities or with a low or where on campus by request. Alumni Relations at 205-652- ranchers may offer eligible land
ning, is in decent shape or is less Mission Fest limited income, as well as non- Staffed by students and 3852. for CRP's competitive general
than 10 years old. Pastor Bob Nelson Little of English speaking and elderly supervised by Campus Police, Visiting Fulbright Scholar signup at their county Farm
Cars4Charities does not care the Galilee Baptist Church of taxpayers. SNAP offers transportation to Explores U.S., Mexican Service Agency (FSA) office.
what condition your car is in; Panola will host a 'Mission Fest' The VITA clinic will offer students, staff and visitors Relations Land currently not enrolled in
they will gratefully accept it no on Tues., Feb. 22 from 6:30 income tax return preparation Sunday through Thursday, from The University of West CRP may be offered in this
matter what shape it is in, how until 8:30 p.m. This is in corpo- services Mondays and 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.Anyone request- Alabama concludes its 2011 signup provided all eligibility
old it is or if it does not run. ration with Elliot and Pat Wednesdays from 10 until 11 ing an escort may call 205-652- Fulbright Lecture Series as requirements are met.
They only require that you have Nichols of the Southern Baptist a.m. and noon until 1 p.m., 3602 to provide pick-up loca- Mexican scholar Dr. Raoul Additionally, current CRP par-
a title free of liens for your vehi- Missionaries to Sub-Sahara Tuesdays from 11 a.m. until 1 tion and destination. Ramos will present contempo- ticipants with contracts expiring
cle or some other proof that you Africa and Chaplain John p.m. and 4 until 6 p.m., and In addition to increasing sur- rary issues between the United this fall may make new contract
are the owner, that your car is Ramsey of East Kentucky State Thursdays from 11 a.m. until 1 veillance and promoting person- States and Mexico on Feb. 22 at offers. Contracts awarded
not striped of any parts, that the Prison. p.m. Assistance is also available al safety, SNAP students can 6 p.m. in the Bell Conference under this signup are scheduled
tires on your car are not flat, and Galilee Baptist Church by appointment. The VITA clin- also perform CPR and basic first Center. Admission to all to become effective Oct. 1,
that it is parked in a place where 11th Annual Pastor ic is in Wallace Hall room 214 aid in emergency situations and Fulbright Lecture Series presen- 2011.
a tow truck can easily get to it. Anniversary on the UWA campus. jumpstart dead batteries. tations is free and open to every- To help ensure that interested
Cars4Charities will pick up The Galilee Baptist Church The University’s VITA clinic Manuel says those requesting one. For more information, farmers and ranchers are aware
your car donation fast and free, of Panola will be Celebrating primarily serves residents of an escort should contact SNAP please call 205-652-3892. of the signup period, USDA has
too! their 11th Annual Pastor Choctaw, Greene, Marengo, prior to the desired departure Sickle Cell Disease signed partnership agreements
In return for your charitable Anniversary for Bob Nelson Pickens and Sumter counties, time to reduce the wait. He also Association Walk-a-Thon with several conservation and
contribution, you will receive a Little on Sun., Feb. 20 begin- but residents of east Mississippi stressed that escorts will operate The Sickle Cell Disease wildlife organizations that will
tax deduction of $500 or what ning with morning service at 10 are also welcome. only on campus, although Association of America-West all play an active role in
Cars4Charities is able to sell a.m. Elder Hugh Glover of UWA students and faculty SNAP students may carry pas- Alabama Chapter will host the USDA’s 2011 CRP outreach
your car donation for, whichev- Montgomery will deliver the will also prepare tax returns by sengers to the perimeter of cam- Annual Walk-a-Thon on March efforts.
er amount is greater. They will message. And as a continuation appointment at the Theo Ratcliff pus. 12 from 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. FSA, which administers the
also provide you with all the of the Celebration at 3 p.m. Activity Center in Demopolis UWA National Alumni at Bowers Park in Tuscaloosa. CRP, will evaluate and rank eli-
forms you will need to file with Pastor Wade Lewis of the until April 14. Association Hosts Mardi Fees are $20- adults, $10 ages gible CRP offers using an
your taxes so you can claim Friendship Baptist Church in Taxpayers should bring Gras Party 12 and under. Environmental Benefits Index
your valuable tax deduction. Tuscaloosa will be the guest social security cards for them- The University of West The Walk benefits clients (EBI) that shows the environ-
Cars4Charities also lets you pastor for the evening. selves and their dependents, W- Alabama National Alumni with sickle cell disease and sick- mental benefits to be gained
donate car at your leisure online UWA Offers Free Income 2 and 1099 forms, information Association invites all UWA le cell trait. If you have failed to from enrolling the land in CRP.
through their website, Tax Preparation Through for other income or deductions alumni and friends to a Friday, register as a sickle cell disease The EBI consists of five envi-
http://www.cars4charities.org/. April 18 and credits, and a copy of last March 4, Mardi Gras party, or trait client or would like ronmental factors (wildlife,
This option greatly lowers their The University of West year’s tax return when they visit hosted by the Baldwin County update your information, please water, soil, air and enduring
expenses and is beneficial for Alabama and the the VITA clinic. and Mobile County alumni call 205-758-1761 for appoint- benefits) and cost. Decisions on
the environment since it reduces Greene/Sumter Enterprise For more information or to chapters. ment. Donations for the Walk-a- the EBI cutoff will be made
the use of paper and other con- Community, Inc. have collabo- make an appointment, please The party begins at 5:30 p.m. Thon can be made to PO Box after the sign-up ends and after
sumables. You can donate your rated to offer free income tax contact the VITA clinic at 205- at Café Royal in Mobile to 3151, Tuscaloosa, AL 35403 or analyzing the EBI data of all the
car to any of hundreds of very help until April 18 through the 652-3846, 205-392-1166 or watch UWA’s Scarlet Band call the office. offers. In addition to the general
deserving charities at Volunteer Income Tax firstname.lastname@example.org. from Tiger Land lead the annu- Dates for CRP General signup, CRP's continuous
Cars4Charities, including many Assistance Program sponsored UWA Introduces al Crewe of Columbus parade, Signup Announced signup program will be ongo-
local food banks, homeless shel- by the IRS. Nighttime Safety Initiative which rolls on Route A at 6:30 Daniel Robinson, State
ters, hospices, etc. Through this program, UWA The University of West p.m. Heavy hors d’oeuvres and Executive Director of USDA’s Cont. on page 5A...
Alabama Campus Police non-alcoholic beverages are
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Parrʼs Inc. BELLAMY GAINESVILLE SILOAM
Hill Hospital of Sumter County
Morning Star Baptist Church Gainesville Presbyterian Church Siloam Baptist Church
Rev. Lovell Anderson, Pastor Rev. Carl Sudduth, pastor Pastor Brad Campbell, 392-4490 Of York, AL
Jobber, Chevron Products Company
Jim Parr Friendship Baptist Church Gainesville Baptist Church SUMTERVILLE
1511 Highway 80 East
PO Box 140
Pastor: Rev. Melvin Lard Rev. Carl Sudduth, pastor Sumterville Baptist Church
Demopolis, AL 36732-0140
Lamkin Memorial Church, St. Alban's Episcopal Church Rev. Drew Ramsay
Gas & Diesel Fuel - Automotive Engine oils
Bellamy Bethel Presbyterian Church
Father Richard R. Losch
Linc # 20872*72
Gear Lubricant - Hydraulic Fluids
Rev. Randy Price, pastor Gainesville Methodist Church Rev. Drew Ramsay Loving hearts
Word of Life Church Rev. Ray Boyd, pastor 652-6564 Sumterville Missionary Baptist
Rev. Russell Handy, pastor Spring Valley Baptist Church Church
BELMONT Rev. Demetrius Foy, 652-2473 Rev. Ben T. Broaden, pastor SUMTER INSURANCE
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church Antitoch Baptist Church YORK AGENCIES, INC.
Belmont, Rev. Wesley Winston Rev. James Foy, Sr. First Baptist Church of York
O O D L O O R S
Aubrey W. Ellis, President
P. O. Box 158 Old Belmont Baptist Church New Bethel Baptist Church Rev. Jonathan Byrd, III Independent
P.O. Drawer R
Epes, AL Belmont, Scott Jones Rev. Dr. Frank D. Rogers Wesley Chapel CME Livingston, AL 35470
Phone: 205-652-2090 Palestine Baptist Church GEIGER Rev. Izea Blanks, Jr. Ph.(205) 652-9591
Rev. Willie Evans, pastor Southern Star Mennonite Church Rocks Chapel Baptist Church FAX (205)652-9593
BOYD Rev. Harold Schmidt & Donald Rev. Albert Presswood, pastor
York Elderly Apartments
Hadden Presbyterian Church Seiler, pastor 455-2415 Smith Chapel Baptist Church
Sumter Health & Rehabilitation Joe Fas, pastor Soul Chapel United Methodist Rev. Richard Wilson, pastor
Old Mt Olive PBC Church Present Help Christian Assembly
L. T. Whitfield, elder Rev. Searcy White, pastor Pastor Gregory Chinn Facilities for Persons Age 62 and Over
1505 E. 4th Avenue Shiloh Zion Baptist Church Geiger United Methodist Church Fourth Creek Missionary Baptist
York, Alabama Minister Edmond Bell, pastor Wilson Kendrick, Jr., pastor, 455- Church Highway 17 North, York, AL
COATOPA 2687 Rev. Edward Dubose
Christian Valley Missionary Baptist New Mt. Calvary Baptist Church Mt. Powell Baptist Church 392-5291/800-669-977 /TDD 800-927-9275
Church Calvin E. Finch, Sr., pastor, 455-2101 Rev. Wesley Winston, pastor
Cuba Timber Company, Inc.
Rev. Frank Lyles, pastor LIVINGSTON 205-392-7544
Serving Your Area Since 1963 Christian Valley Baptist Church Word of Life Church York Baptist Church
Lewis Pest Control, Inc.
Rev. Matthew J. Kelley, pastor Russell H. Hardy, pastor Rev. David Wilkinson, pastor, 392-
Bethel Pine Baptist Church Faith Christian Center 4876 We buy Pine, Hardwood, Saw Logs, & Pulpwood
Rev. Floyd O. Bell, pastor Percy L. Craine, pastor 652-9661 Truevine Fellowship Church Large and Small Tracts
Brewersville United Methodist First Baptist Church of Livingston Willie Davis, pastor, 392-7894 Best Price Given
PROMPT 25 W. Front St.
PROFESSIONAL Church Rev. Frederick L. Rowles York Church of Christ
Johnson Baptist Church
Thomasville, AL 36784
Rev. Daniel Baughman York
316 6th Ave. Cuba, AL.
Dug Hill Primitive Baptist Church Rev. Samuel Harris, pastor First Pentecostal Church
(334) 636-4530 or 1-800-323-4235
Rev. John H. Wright pastor Livingston First Baptist Church Rev. Jimmy Barmore, pastor, 392-
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Rev. Jerry Hall, pastor 652-2512 4806 Big River
Rev. Henry Moore St. James Episcopal Church Covenant Presbyterian Church
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church Industries, Inc.
Father Bryan Hatchett Rev. Garet Aldridge, pastor, York
130 Greensboro St. Rev. James McDonald, pastor St. Francis of Assisi Catholic York Presbyterian Church, Inc.
Eutaw, AL Oak Grove Baptist Church Church Rev. Kelly Unger, Jr., pastor, 392- P.O. Drawer V, Livingston, AL
Rev. Willie J. Ivory, Sr. Reverend Larry Shinnick 5860 FAX (205)652-2267
Phone: (205) 372-4538 CUBA In abundance Tabernacal of York Presbyterian Church
Parts & Service: (205) 372-3434 Full Gospel Holiness Church Deliverance 652- 2581 Phone (205)652-9688
Elder Houston Brown, Pastor Pastor Juanita Lard Mount Hermon Baptist Church
Grant’s Chapel Methodist Church First Presbyterian Church, Dr. James Granger, pastor
Rev. Izea Blanks, Jr. Livingston York United Methodist Church
Cuba Presbyterian Church Dr. O. Neil McCarter Rev. John Evangelista, 392-4801
PAPER SALES INC.
Rev. Chris Kiepe, pastor Livingston Church of God Hixion Baptist Church
Livingston Branch York Branch Cuba Baptist Church Jack Thomas, pastor, Rev. Henry Moore, pastor
105 West Main St. 582 4th St. Rev. Hal Hatten, pastor Livingston Church of Christ New Hope Baptist Church Kelly Stephens, President
205-652-9544 205-392-9023 Mt. Olive Baptist Church Buddy Borland, minister, Rev. A. C. Washington, Sr., pastor, P.O. Box 360 • Livingston, AL
Rev. C. L. Walk, pastor Livingston United Methodist 392-4536
Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church Oak Grove Baptist Church
Church Rev. Scott Hohn Rev. P. S. Jenkins, pastor
Rev. Christan Wayne Davis Living Word Church Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church
Morning Star Baptist Church Pastor Byron P. Franklin, Sr. Rev. Ronnie Walk, pastor
Rev. Willie D. Wilson, pastor New Prospect Baptist Church Eastern Star Baptist Church
Cuba Church of God in Christ Antwon Plott, pastor. Rev. Charles Delaine, pastor, 392- 616 Armory Street
Rev. Willie Sealy, pastor Morning Star Baptist Church 9680 Greensboro, AL
Member FDIC P.O. Box 969 Livingston, AL Pine Grove Baptist Church
Willie D. Burton, pastor 392-7311
Rev. Tyrone Thomas, pastor
Pine Grove Baptist Church
Rev. E.L. Charleston 334-624-3054
Mt. Zion Baptist Church Rev. Kentray Sims, pastor Lillies Chapel A. M. E. Zion
Gaddy Electric & Plumbing
Rev. Willie Harrison Praying in the Spirit Ministries at Rev. Lester M. Core, pastor
Bill’s Pressure Washing & Excavating God United Spiritual Kingdom Refuge Deliverance Grant’s Chapel C.M.E.
“No jobs are TOO small” Evangelist Katie Lake
Church of God Holiness
Marie Carter-Overseer- 609-0035
Shady Grove Baptist Church
Rev. Paul Holt, Pastor
Apostolic Outreach Center 145 Industrial Park Drive
334-654-0226 Ed. Tatum, Pastor Rev. John Powell, pastor Vernon McGrew, pastor, 392-7511 Demopolis, AL
EMELLE Greater Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Abundant Life Church
firstname.lastname@example.org Sun Light Baptist Church Church, Roy C. Allen, pastor
Rev. Willie Tillman, pastor 205-652-1121 WARD
Brown’s Chapel Baptist Church Mt. Nebo Primitive Baptist Church Gaston Valley Baptist
Minister DeWayne A. Crockett, pastor Elder L. C. Eatman, pastor Rev. L.C. Knighton, pastor
New Jones Baptist Church Mt. Pilgrim Primitive Baptist Saint Matthew Baptist YORK BODY SHOP, LLC
Rev. Willie James Evans, pastor Church Pastor Author Graham • Towing/Wrecker Service
Mary Winston Baptist Church Rev. DeWayne Crockett, pastor Union Chapel C.M.E. Church
105 US Hwy 80E.
• Glass Replacement
Rev. Willie James Evans, pastor Shiloh Baptist Church Jacquelyn C. Phillips, pastor, 392- Body Work - Frame Work - Painting
Jerusalem Baptist Church Archie L. Porter, pastor 652-2710 9949 Curtis Kirkland & Shirley Kirkland
For Sunday Dinner come visit us Rev. Henry J. Rush, 601-743-5044 Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church Friendship Missionary Baptist Email: email@example.com
in Demopolis! St. Peter Baptist Church Dr. Al Fonso Church 1453 E. 4th Ave.
York, AL 36925
Rev. Edward Knighton A.A. Smith Rev. F.N. Nixon
West Union Baptist Church Faith Christian Center, Inc. Ward Baptist Church
Dr. William R. Simpkins Rev. J.R. Jennings, Pastor
Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Pastor Percy L. Craine 652-4934
Westly Chapel C.M.E
Rev. Albert Creel, pastor
Church of God, Ward BOYD RENTALS
Family Practice Rev. John Powell, pastor Izea Blanks, pastor Bro. James Fleming, pastor SMALL, MEDIUM AND LARGE
EPES PANOLA St. John Baptist Church STORAGE UNITS FOR RENT
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon., Tues., Thurs., & Fri.
Office Hours Cedar Grove Presbyterian Church Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Rev. Doc Pettis Lockett,392-4799 Do you Need to save Household Goods,
Rev. Tim Craddock, pastor Rev. Douglas Newton Cokes Chapel Methodist Church Excess Furniture and Other Things you also
9 - 12 on Wed. New Hope Baptist Church Rome CME Church Rev. John Evangelista, pastor want to save but have no where to put?
Highway 11 Livingston, AL 652-2686 Rev. Johnnie Lockett, pastor Rev. Willie Flemming WHITFIELD Call Boyd Rentals at 205-652-2127
Miller Hill Baptist Church Mt. Tabor Baptist Church Black's Bluff Missionary Baptist
Rev. Samuel Gulley, pastor Rev. John Meeks, pastor Church
If you read it so did your If you read it so did your
Epes Baptist Church Zion Valley Baptist Church Rev. O.L. Sealey, pastor
Epes Rev. Marvin Earl Washington, pastor Ebeneezer Missionary Baptist
Epes Methodist Church
Rev. Ray Boyd, pastor, 652-6564
Greater Salem A.M.E. Zion Church
Rev. Terry White
Micheal Barton, pastor potential customers.
Epes First Baptist Church Galilee Baptist Church KINTERBISH
No pastor Rev. B. Nelson Little Beulah Baptist Church
Jones Creek Baptist Church St. John Baptist Church Kinterbish
Rev. John Meeks, pastor Rev. James A. Maddox
Thursday, February 17, 2011 Sumter County Record-Journal 5A
ing. Continuous acres represent RAVE about Artists must be unable to January 1, 1988, members of
the most environmentally desir- When there are as maintain substantial- theArmed Forces Reserve com-
able and sensitive land. For many acclaimed artists ly gainful employ- ponents, while on inactive duty
more information, visit exhibiting their cre- Announcements ment as a result of for training, also earned Social
http://www.fsa.usda.gov/crp. ations in one location, it his or her service- Security credits. At the time of
GPS 101: Technology for is something to rave with the MSO on Saturday, Feb. 12 PM and 1 PM to 6 PM - connected disabili- your application for Social
Better Land Management about, and that is exactly what 26 in a performance of the Entry drop off ties. The veteran must also have Security benefits, you or your
The Alabama Cooperative Black Belt Treasures plans to do Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1 in Saturday, March 12th 10 AM a 60 percent or greater disability survivor must present your serv-
Extension System welcomes on April 29 and 30. The week- G minor and theme from the - 2 PM - Entry drop off or two or more service-connect- ice discharge papers as proof of
you to attend a workshop on end’s events will feature a gala movie “Schindler’s List.” Friday, March 18th, 6 - 8 PM ed disabilities with at least one your military service. For fur-
"GPS 101" at the University of reception on Friday evening The evening begins with a - Opening Reception and disability ratable at 40 percent ther information about Social
West Alabama at the ALFA from 6-8 p.m., and a festival on wonderful 50th Anniversary Awards Ceremony or more with a combined rating Security credits due to ones mil-
Environmental Hall in Saturday from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Gala, hosted by the Meridian Wednesday, April 27 - Last of 70 percent or more. For itary service, please contact
Livingston on Wed., March 16 Tickets for the Friday Symphony Association, Inc. day of exhibition more information about VA’s your local Social Security
at 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. The work- evening event will be available and Meridian Rotary Club. This Friday, April 29, 10 AM - 12 Individual Unemployability office.
shop will provide a hands-on for purchase beginning on spectacular celebration of the PM and 1 PM to 4:30 PM - Pick benefits, contact your County Red Springs Revival
opportunity to operate a GPS March 1. The day-long festival orchestra’s golden anniversary up work Veterans Service Office at (205- There will be a revival at Red
unit and learn to use GIS soft- on Saturday will be free to the features a tribute to the pioneers Saturday, April 30, 10 AM - 459-2111). Springs Church located six
ware (20 GPS Units and public and will feature artist of the organization, live music, 12 PM and 1 PM to 4:30 PM - Social Security Work miles south of Butler on Feb. 28
Laptops will be available for use demonstrations, music, and and a variety of heavy hors Pick up work Awarded for Military Service - March 4 at 7:15 p.m. Special
during the training exercises). more. Both of these events will d'oeuvres. Proceeds from the Tablescapes at Livingston Your active duty, or active guests will be the Millikin
Payments should be mailed to: be held at Black Belt Treasures event benefit Meridian First Baptist Church duty for training, in the U. S. Family. Jerry Turner is pastor,
Sumter County Cooperative in historic downtown Camden. Symphony Orchestra and This year's Tablescapes event Armed Services has counted 205-673-2284. Brent Boutwell
Extension, ACES / GPS 101 Alabama Game and Fish Rotary Club’s “End Polio Now” is scheduled for March 13 at towards Social Security credits is assistant pastor, 205-657-
Workshop, PO Drawer H, Division Hunter Ed. Class program. Please reserve your 12:30 p.m. at Livingston First since January 1957. Since 2037.
Livingston, Alabama 35470. Alabama State Game and tickets in advance by contacting Baptist Church. Tickets must be
Call or email for more informa- Fish Division will conduct the Meridian Symphony purchased beforehand. Speaker
tion and prices: Jack Rowe Hunter Education classes at the Association, Inc. at 601-693- is Rita Sweatt of Amory, Miss.
Phone 251-589-5572 or E-mail University of West Alabama 2224. For the more information one
firstname.lastname@example.org; Beau Student Union Building begin- Coleman Center and the may call 652-7705.
Brodbeck,251-259-6507 or E- ning March 9 through March Sumter County Fine Arts Walk a Thon for St. Jude's
for dial up
mail email@example.com. 11. Classes will be held from 6 Council offer Annual Juried There will be a walk a thon
Sumter Little League p.m. until 10 p.m. and will be Art for St. Jude's on March 12 at 10
Registration for all ages (5- conducted by State Game and The Coleman Center for the a.m. at the Sports Plex in
18) will be February - March Fish Division Game Warden Arts will be hosting the annual Demopolis. If anyone is inter-
2011. Ages 5-12 start up March Joey Richardson. Sumter County Fine Arts ested in helping raise donations,
5 and 13-18 on April 1. We will Participants will receive Council Juried Art Show this please contact Angie Pugh at
be playing at York Spotsplex. instructions on hunter safety and spring. The show will be on dis- 334-654-1986.
Itʼs true! Just $14.95
Sumter Little League will be will receive hunter education play from March 18th to April Social Security Visit
starting this program for the first cards upon completion of the 27th. This juried show will fea- Schedule for Sumter County
time in this community. We class. All hunters born after ture the artwork of Sumter Every third Wednesday of the
for dial up internet at
need your help! All businesses, April, 1977 is required to com- County artists, and $600 in cash month Social Security
schools, parents and churches. plete the class, and must present prizes will be awarded. Works Administration will be in
Let’s do it for the kids. Will you the hunter education card before accepted include painting, Sumter County at the Police
help us help them? We need they can be issued a Alabama drawing, photography, print- Municiple Building, 501
sponsors for teams. $300.00 Hunting license. The class is making, textiles, sculpture, Layfayette St. in Livingston at
will get your name on team free and you must be at least 10 ceramics, mixed media, and 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Jerseys for 2011 with the name years old to take the class. stained glass. All works must Individual
in field face. Michael Hughes is Please register on line at out- have been created in 2010 or Unemployability Come down to
210 S. Washington St. in Livingston, Ala.
league president. Sign up loca- dooralabama.com. Fore more later. Individual Unemployability
tion is Elisabeth hall, 2-6 p.m. information contact Game Entry Forms are available at is pat of the U.S. Department of
Thursday. Opening ceremony is Warden Joey Richardson at the Coleman Center for the Veterans Affairs disability com- (In the Sumter County Record-Journal Building)
to sign up today!
March 5 at 12 noon until. Early 205-609-4011. Arts/Hightower Library in York pensation program that allows
registration is jan. 27-March 3, Meridian Symphony and the the Tutwiler Library in VA to pay certain veterans com-
20. Final registration/tryouts Orchestra’s 50th Anniversary Livingston. For more informa- pensation at the 100% rate, even
will be march 3/Feb.12, 19 at 10 Dr. Claire Fox Hillard has tion please contact the Coleman though the VA has not rated New accounts must not be in the same household with
a.m.-2 p.m. Bring a copy of a designated 2010-2011, Center for the Arts, 205-392- their service-connected disabili- pre-existing accounts or terminated accounts. All payments are
birth certificate. League mem- Meridian Symphony 2 0 0 5 , ties at the total rate. A veteran
due on the first of the month.
bership dues are $10.00, option- Orchestra’s 50th Anniversary, firstname.lastname@example.org.
al. Early registration for one “A Season of Celebration”! Important Dates:
child is $25, two is $45 and Adding to that excitement - Thursday, March 10th, 10
three is $65. Late is $30 for one, Itzhak Perlman, the world’s AM - 12 PM and 1 PM to 6 PM
$55 for two and $75 for three. most notable violinist of the - Entry drop off
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Black Belt Treasures to 20th century will be on stage Friday, March 11th, 10 AM -
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range. At Huntsville earlier this
The City of Livingston will hold a public meeting on Thursday, February
dished out nine helpers to her ting six of its 14 3-point season, the team connected on
teammates. attempts for a solid 42.9 per-
13 treys. 24, 2011 at 12:00 noon to discuss the Close-Out of CDBG High School
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UWA tennis falls at North Georgia
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outscored the Lady Chargers in The purpose of this meeting is to:
The University of West in action on Feb. 18 when they the paint by a 42-34 margin. The
Alabama tennis teams both lost take on William Carey and rebounding battle, however, (1) Discuss the CDBG activities that were undertaken by the
on Saturday, dropping their Tougaloo. was dominated by UAH 51-35.
City of Livingston.
matches at North Georgia by
identical scores of 7-2. Both
teams own a 2-3 record on the (2) Solicit the views and proposals of local citizens concerning
year. the activities undertaken by the City;
The Spring, 2011 administration of the Alabama High
The two points earned on the School Graduation Examination will be 9:00 a.m. February
men’s side came from the five
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and six positions as Lucas Cruz proposals at this meeting. All ideas and proposals presented will be consid-
and Luis Ruiz defeated their High Schools. ered by local officials. Any person with disabilities that require special
North Georgia opponents.
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By Herman B. Ward, Jr. and 14. The victory gave the Lady after defeating area opponents Tarrant High at 6:00 Friday Friday, Feb. 11 the Wildcats 25-3 Wildcats will host Hale
Kasey DeCastra Cougars the Girls Class 4-A Monday evening.All four teams night, Feb. 18 in Livingston. took out Sipsy Valley 91-41 County Friday night at 6 p.m.
Sarah Holder turned the Area Championship, and will play for the Sub-Regional Livingston Girls will play before taking on Aliceville. The Lady Wildcats defeated
lights out on Greene County advanced them to the Sub- title at home Thursday and Holt High School Thursday Dartayvis Hogan was on top of Aliceville High 66-21 at home,
High School with a game win- Regional. Friday night, Feb 17 and 18 . night, Feb. 17 at 5:30. scores with 18 points and both and will play Hale County High
ning free throw with .02 sec- Livingston and Sumter High Livingston Boys defeated Sumter County High defeat- Dayvan Maye and Sam Mayo Thursday night in the Johnny
onds left in the game for a 52-51 Boys and Girls are 4-A and 3-A Holt High School to claim the ed Aliceville at home 66-33 for followed up with 10 points Patrick Gymnasium at 5:30
victory Monday evening, Feb. Area Champions respectively, area title 53-48. They will play the area title Monday. each. The number one ranked p.m.
Tigers Split Day, Series With Ga. Southwestern Tigers open 2011 campaign
The University of West
Alabama baseball team racked
half of the first, the top of the
lineup would again put a
contest and added another pair
in the nightcap to give the
Duran to force in the winning
with a pair of wins
up 27 hits on the day, but ulti- crooked number up on the speedy center fielder six on the Gary Carden pitched two The University of West pick up the victory. Ford, who
mately split its doubleheader at board for the Red and White. young season. innings of relief to earn the vic- Alabama softball team opened notched her 27th victory at
Georgia Southwestern on Simone’s fourth double of the Picking up 13 more hits in the tory. the 2011 season by setting a UWA, entered the circle in the
Sunday. The Tigers took game season came in the frame and series finale, it appeared as if The Tigers would not have school record and tying two oth- final frame. Ford allowed a run
one by an 11-1 score before knocked in Ladarius Cole, one UWA would sweep the day as it been in position to lose the affair ers in a 28-4 trouncing of Miles on three hits.
falling in extra innings by a 10- of the three runs UWAscored en led by a 7-3 score going into the had the team not combined to College. The Tigers (2-0) then Trailing 9-6 after 5 1/2
9 score in the finale, giving route to knocking out Georgia Hurricane half of the sixth. commit seven errors. The rallied for a 12-11 victory over innings, the Tigers plated a five
UWA a 3-4 record on the year. Southwestern starter Jody Southwestern proceeded to untidy play was particularly Columbus State. The loss was spot on the scoreboard to take
The Hurricanes are now 3-5. Sellars (0-1). score three in the sixth, and the unkind to Burgess who gave up the first of the season for the an 11-9 lead heading into the
The day’s first game was Sellars one inning while fac- Tigers responded by tacking on five runs in 3.2 innings of work Cougars. final frame.
much like the first on Saturday ing four batters in the second, a run in the top of the seventh but only two of the scores were The 28 runs against MC Fincher drove in the first run
as the Tigers piled up 14 hits and giving up five hits and seven but it would not be enough as earned. eclipsed the 24 runs totaled of the inning with a two-out,
scored 11 times. runs. two more GSW runs crossed the Things could not have gone against Judson College in 2009. RBI single that plated Angela
Each of the 11 Tigers that Colin McKeen stroked his plate in the bottom frame to much better on the offensive UWA tied the school mark for Smith. Following a Frost single
recorded official at-bats had at first home run of the season in force extras. side of things, however, starting RBI in a game with 23, equaling that loaded the bases, Hartley
least one hit while Deon the fifth to put WestAlabama up In the UWA half of the with Cole’s stellar 4-for-5, two the mark set by the 2007 squad drew a walk to score Allison
Williams picked up one of 8-1 and that was more than eighth, Rice hit a two-out triple RBI performance from the top against Clark Atlanta. Lockhart, who was pinch run-
UWA’s three walks when he enough run support for Tiger to the gap in right-center to spot. He also scored twice, Ashley Frost tied the school ning for Taylor Beck. Powell
entered as a pinch hitter in the starter Jeb Huber (2-0). The score Kevin Deese and put the keeping him on top of UWA record for RBI with seven en then stepped to the plate with
ninth to ensure that all 12 offen- Ponchatoula, La. native tossed Tigers back up by a run at 9-8. ledger with nine runs on the sea- route to a 5 for 5 at the dish in the bases still full and doubled,
sive players reached base safely. six solid innings, scattering four Josh Varner (0-1) came on in son. the win. The San Jose, Calif. scoring Hartley, Frost and
The Tigers began the day hits while allowing just the one relief of Brian Burgess in GSW Simone was also strong in the native also drove in three runs Vincher for the two run lead
with a big inning, setting the unearned run. half of the eighth, and he quick- contest as he went 2-for-3 and launched one of the Tigers’ after six complete innings.
tone with a four-run first. Each Strong in relief, Taylor ly found himself in trouble after including his team-leading fifth two homeruns in the affair. CSU tied the game in the sev-
of the first four batters in the Bratton (1) pitched the final issuing a leadoff walk to Michel double. The Amherstburg, Valisha Fincher, who also enth inning as Keeley Kennedy
lineup reached safely and came three innings of the game and Coffey and giving up a bunt sin- Ontario native drew a pair of recorded a homer, finished the singled to center field to plate
around to score. Micah Reaves did not surrender a hit in picking gle to Sellars. A sacrifice bunt walks as well and scored twice game with multiple hits and Branigan Wix and Rocky
had the big hit in the inning as up his first save of the year. moved the two into scoring while also driving in two runs. three RBI. Anna Shartzer, Kelli Hemmer.
his double knocked in Chris Matching Cole and Simone position, setting up a game- McKeen also collected two hits Hartley, Jessica Powell and The Tigers for the second
Duncan and Brian Simone. with a pair of hits in the first tying double by Andrew and two RBI as he belted his Caitlyn Bonham also tallied time in the outing rallied. With
Reaves would finish the game was Jeremy Rice, while Anderson. second homer of the day, a 2- multiple hits in the victory. two outs, Shartzer doubled to
game with a team-best three Simone and McKeen joined Setting up a potential double run shot in the sixth. Katie Ford (2-0) claimed her right center to become the win-
RBI. Reaves with multi-RBI per- play, Varner intentionally Deese finished with two hits, first of two victories in the circle ning run. Beck followed with a
After letting the Hurricanes formances as both notched two. walked Corey Benson, but he too, to round out the Tigers who for UWA as the Garden City, single to plate Shartzer and
get one of the runs back in their Cole swiped two bags in the followed that up by hitting John had a multi-hit game. Kan. product tossed four claim the come from behind
Burgess on Tino Martinez
innings while allowing two runs victory.
UWA offense comes alive as Tigers split on four hits. The senior record- Kristen Skinner, who drew
award watch list
ed seven strikeouts and walked her first start of the season -
Behind the strength of an out the side in his inning of just a pair in the win. Taylor tossed the first five innings for
offensive barrage, the work. Tucker logged her first colle- the Red and White. Skinner sur-
University of West Alabama The lone sore spot in the con- giate inning as she allowed two rendered eight runs on seven
West Alabama’s career saves information contacts and media baseball team won the first test was the three errors com- runs on two hits with a strikeout hits while logging five strike-
leader Brian Burgess has landed members. Omission from the game of its doubleheader at mitted by the Tigers, and mis- and a walk. outs and three walks. Hannah
on the watch list for the presti- initial list does not exclude addi- Georgia Southwestern on cues wound up being UWA’s In the contest against CSU Griffin also threw an inning for
gious Tino Martinez Award tional players from future con- Saturday by a 13-10 score. In bugaboo in the nightcap. (4-1), the Tigers rallied from the Tigers, allowing two runs on
given to the most outstanding sideration. the nightcap, the Tigers fell in The Hurricanes scored four behind twice late in the game to four walks.
player in NCAA Division II The list will be updated with an 8-1 decision and now sit at 2- runs in the first two innings off
baseball. a mid-season release mid-April. 3 on the season. of Barry Meeks (0-1), but only
The annual honor is named Semifinalists are scheduled to Georgia Southwestern is 2-4. two of those runs were earned
after the former Division II be announced on May 7 with After falling behind 2-0 as as West Alabama committed
great and New York Yankee star the finalists to be named on the hosts scored a run in both the three errors in the two frames.
Martinez. May 19. first and second innings, the The runs would hold up for
Burgess entered the season After the finalists are named Tigers used a big top half of the the hosts as the Tigers were only
with 25 saves which had him fans will be once again be invit- fourth to take the lead for the able to muster one run off of
tied for the Gulf South ed to vote online at first time. Ladarrius Cole began four hits. That run came in the
Conference career mark. He tinoaward.com to help deter- the frame with his first triple in fifth when Clint Brown
now stands alone in the GSC mine the winner. The winner an UWA uniform and was knocked in McKeen who had
after picking up his first save of will be announced after the con- knocked in when Chris Duncan singled earlier in the frame. Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5
the season during the season clusion of the Division II reached on an infield single. Zach Whitman (1-1) earned
opening series this past week- Baseball Championships held Following a walk drawn by the victory in the seven-inning
end. Nominations for the award in Cary, N.C. from May 28 to Brian Simone, Kevin Deese contest.
were made by baseball sports June 4. belted one over the right field
UWA splits in final day of
fence to give the Tigers a 4-1
Hughston Sports Clinic Classic
The top half of the order con-
tinued its assault on Hurricane
starter Trent Franzago (0-2) as it
The University of West on the failed attempt, scored on
scored three additional runs off
Alabama softball team held off a wild pitch.
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Sports Clinic Classic. earn the victories.
loss. The Tigers added four
The Tigers (3-1) claimed a 7- Katie Ford (3-0) logged the
more runs in the sixth while
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In the second contest, UWA innings of work in relief and
esting by hanging six on the
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board in the bottom of the ninth
three runs in the first inning. son. Skinner allowed two runs
for the 13-10 final. Eight of the
Kelli Hartley drove in all three on a hit with four strikeouts and
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nine spots in the UWA lineup
runs with a double to right cen- a pair of walks.
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Duncan led the way with a 3-
Valisha Fincher and Ashley tered multiple hits in the contest
for-5 performance. He also
Frost. Beck reached with a sin- while Powell, Sloke and Angela
scored three times while driving
gle while Vincher was hit by a Smith each garnered a hit.
in a pair.
pitch and Frost drew walk. In the loss to the second-
Deese, who finished the
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The Road to Vegas Roadshow comes to Meridian
Thursday, February 17, 2011 The Sumter County Record-Journal Page 1B
By Tom Taylor After my flight was resched- February 15-19 Ohio Valley Refinery &
In January 2010, Ashley uled three times, I arrived in Tuesday- Friday 9am – 6pm Roadshow
Davis, Miss Alabama 2010, Las Vegas just in time for Saturday 9am-4pm Weese said that when an indi-
won her local title, Miss the first night of preliminar- Quality Inn vidual brings in an item, the
West Central Alabama in ies. Ashley competed in the 1401 Roebuck Drive buyers will enter the details into
Livingston. On-stage quesiton on the Meridian, MS 39301 their online system which con-
After winning the state first night of preliminaries. “There was buried treasure in nects with over 10,000 collec-
crown in June 2011, Ashley After a fun day touring the backyard just waiting to be tors. Items can range from coin
began making preparations some fo the sights of Las dug up and the family knew it. collections to vintage guitars
for the Miss America Vegas, we all made our way So one day the granddaughter and everything in between. “If
Pageant that was held in Las to the auditorium for the decided to excavate what her we can get someone to generate
Vegas this past January. As second night of preliminary grandmother, an escapee from an offer, they agree to the terms
director for the Miss West event. Ashley competed in an oppressive Russian tsarist and we give them a check on the
Central Alabma I was Evening Wear and Lifestyle rule, put in the dirt years ago. spot. However, if more than
thrilled that one of in Fitness and Swimsuit. It Turns out it was $57,000 worth one collector is interested, the
“our”girls would represent was an exciting night as of Russian gold rubles.” offer can go higher,” explains
our state in Las Vegas. Ashley was named the That's just one story Colleen Weese.
Las Vegas never has been swimsuit winner. Rivera likes to tell. Witnessing David Ford, a buyer for the
a longtime vacation destina- On the third night of pre- such impressive finds is part of company, said he enjoys travel-
her job as a show manager for ing to different towns each
tion for me. However, now liminaries, Ashley beautiful-
the Ohio Valley Gold & Silver week and finding new and inter-
that I had a reason to make ly sang “If I Had My Way”
the trip, I, along with my for talent. Tom Taylor with Miss West Central Alabama, Ashley Refinery's traveling roadshow. esting items. Just a few weeks
Davis, in Las Vegas at the Miss America pageant. The Springfield, Ill.-based back he had a woman come in
pageant hohorts, Carl Friday was another great company is in Meridian through who had bought a coin from the
Sudduth, Deborah Truelove, day in Vegas. Miss with peanuts. Vegas was amazing. We Saturday looking to buy pre- casino she worked at for a dollar
began to make travel America’s title sponsor, The Miss America finals attempted to see as much as cious metals, jewelry, historical the night before. She walked
arrangements for the next DSW, brought back the were nationally televised. It possible- The Bellagio, The artifacts, antiques and other col- out that morning with a check
week long trip. We booked “Show Me Your Shoes” was an exciting night. Venetian, New York, New lectibles. for $50. She joked that this was
our hotel rooms, purchased parade. Each contestant was Though Ashley did not York, old town Vegas, the When someone brings in an the quickest $49 dollars she ever
our event tickets, and asked to decorate a pair of bring home the crown, she shows, the shopping, and item, The Ohio Valley Refinery made.
secured the airline ticktes. shoes that represented their did come home with more the dining. & Roadshow evaluates it, So search through your clos-
Joining us on the trip were home state. Ashley chose to scholarship money and the Thanks to everyone for makes an offer, then writes out a ets and bring down your items
Gretchen Sudduth, Karon select her hometown of experience of a lifetime. She supporting Ashley. She is check sending that person home to the Quality Inn this week.
Ezell, Michael Truelove and Dothan, the Peanut Capital has gained a tremendous honored to represent you, with some extra cash. Our job Chances are, you will walk out
Camryn Wagster. of the World. Escorted by appreciation for the State of the people of the great state is to find buyers for items. with a little extra money in your
I was the last from Sumter Mr. Peanut, Ashley’s dress Alabama. of Alabama, and in particu- We’re the middle man. We try pocket.
County to make it to Vegas. and shoes were decorated The week long trip to lar, West Alabama. to find someone in that market Admission is free to the
interested,” said Jeramy Weese, event. For more questions, call
also a show manager for the 217.726.7590.
On-Stage Question Second Night Win Talent Show Me Your Shoes
The Alabama Forestry crepe myrtle, river birch, and japanese gen, clean air, and clean water, as well
Commission, the Sumter County maple. These trees are containerized as jobs for our citizens. Trees cover
Treasure Forest/Natural Resources seedlings provided by the Alabama two-thirds of Alabama, and three-
Coordinating Council, and the UWA Forestry Commission/Alabama fourths of those tree acres are owned
Environmental Services Center will Wildlife Federation, and the commis- by private landowners and their fami-
sponsor a tree seedling giveaway on sion employees will be available to lies.
Friday, February 18th, beginning at give planting and care instructions. The Sumter County Treasure
4:00 p.m., at the Student Union Containerized seedlings are much eas- Forest/Natural Resources
Building on the UWA campus, in the ier to grow than bareroot seedlings. Coordinating Council is a group of
lower parking lot. Signs will be on Highway 11. landowners and agency personnel
There will be sixteen varieties of Trees provide for the environment. interested in gaining knowledge about
trees including sawtooth oak, three Included in those benefits are the stor- forest and wildlife management, and
other varieties of oaks, red maple, ing of carbon, and the release of oxy- its many benefits to our local economy.
Local residents in amazement yesterday as
Collectors provide a stimulus package to
They are paying on the spot for
my stuff. Unbelievable!!
Items of Interest:
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Quality Inn: Old paper money:
Dozens cash in yesterday with jewelry,
railroad watches and guitars. An estimated
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Page 2B The Sumter County Record-Journal Thursday, February 17, 2011
OBITUARIES Social Security
work awarded for
KATHERYN J. BAILEY
Funeral services for Katheryn J. Bailey, age 75, of York Sid Nelson of Sumter County
were held Monday, February 14, 2011 at 2 P.M. from the Your active duty, or active was recognized by the
York Baptist Church with David Wilkinson officiating. duty for training, in the U. S. Alabama Farmers Federation
Burial followed in the Sumter Memorial Gardens in Cuba. Armed Services has counted for his years of service to the
Visitation was held at the church one hour prior to the serv- towards Social Security cred- state’s catfish industry during
ice. its since January 1957. Since the Federation’s Commodity
Mrs. Bailey passed away Saturday, February 12, 2011 in January 1, 1988, members of Organization Conference,
Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She was retired records keeper for the the Armed Forces Reserve Feb. 1 in Birmingham. His
probate office. components, while on inactive farm is near Epes, Ala., and
Mrs. Bailey is survived by her daughter Mrs. Kathy B. duty for training, also earned consists of more than 220
Martin (Lloyd) of Tuscaloosa; her sisters Mrs. Rhoda Social Security credits. At the acres of catfish ponds and 200
Nunnally of Tuscaloosa; Mrs. Mary Wurm of Tuscaloosa; time of your application for brood cows. He has served on
Mrs. Erion Basinger of Linden. Social Security benefits, you the Federation’s State Catfish
She was preceded in death by her husband Mr. Everett or your survivor must present Committee for nearly two-
Ray Bailey; her brothers Mr. Dan Johnson and Mr. Net your service discharge papers decades. In addition to his
Johnson; her sister Mrs. Lillian Elrod. as proof of your military serv- involvement with the
Mrs. Bailey was loved and will be greatly missed by all ice. For further information Federation, he also serves as
who knew and loved her. She was the Lord’s hands while about Social Security credits president of the Tri-County Nelson, center, is pictured with Alabama Farmers
she was here and she is in the Lord’s hand now. due to ones military service, Co-op in Aliceville and as an Federation President Jerry Newby, left, and
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the family for please contact your local elder at the First Presbyterian Federation Catfish Division Director Mitt Walker.
funeral expenses. Social Security office. Church in Livingston.
UWA Offers Free Income Tax
Pallbearers: Glenn Basinger, Ryan Basinger, Cole
Preparation Through April 18
Basinger, Don Basinger, Tex Johnson, Shawn Hall.
Bumpers Funeral Home of York was in charge of arrange-
The University of West Pickens and Sumter counties,
BILLY EUGENE TRAWICK Alabama and the but residents of east Mississippi
Funeral Services for Mr. Billy Eugene Trawick, age 70, of Greene/Sumter Enterprise are also welcome.
Livingston will were held on Thursday, February 10, 2011 at Community, Inc. have collabo- UWA students and faculty
11 A.M. from the Livingston Methodist Church with rated to offer free income tax will also prepare tax returns by
Reverend Scott Hohn officiating. Burial followed in the help until April 18 through the appointment at the Theo
Livingston Memorial Gardens. Visitation was held
713 NORTH WASHINGTON ST.
Volunteer Income Tax Ratcliff Activity Center in
Wednesday from 6 to 8 P.M. at the Livingston Methodist Assistance Program sponsored Demopolis until April 14.
Church. by the IRS. Taxpayers should bring
Mr. Trawick passed away on Sunday, February 6, 2011 in Through this program, UWA social security cards for them-
Little Rock, Arkansas. He was a U.S. Army Vietnam students and faculty will inter- selves and their dependents, W-
Veteran. view clients and prepare indi- 2 and 1099 forms, information
He is survived by his wife: Traudy Wittmann Trawick of vidual state and federal income for other income or deductions
Livingston; three daughters: Angela Trawick Hester tax returns at no charge. VITAis and credits, and a copy of last
(Richard) of Livingston, Kim Trawick Sturdivant (Nelson) designed to help individuals year’s tax return when they visit
of Livingston and Lynn Trawick Hale (Trent) of Meridian; with disabilities or with a low or the VITA clinic.
two brothers: Charles Douglas Trawick of Ft. Smith, limited income, as well as non- For more information or to
Arkansas and George Preston Trawick of Duncansville, English speaking and elderly make an appointment, please
Alabama; one sister Sarah Williams of Bellamy; and grand- taxpayers. contact the VITA clinic at 205-
children: Kristen S. Beard (Clete), Alex Sturdivant, Daniel “We encourage people to use 652-3846, 205-392-1166 or
Sturdivant, Ian Hester, Elizabeth Hale and Emma Hale. this free service offered by the firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Trawick was preceded in death by his parents: UWA College of Business to
Thomas Clifton and Fannie Lucille Lucas Trawick; two west Alabama and east
brothers: Junior Trawick and W.H. Trawick and two sisters : Mississippi communities,” said
Louise Randolph and Ann Clifton. Sharon Stipe, UWA accounting
Pallbearers were Lee Dial, Jim Allen Dial, Richard professor and VITA site coordi-
Johnson, Mark Spidle, Doc Stuart and Jimmy Williams. nator. “Please come on campus,
Honorary Pallbearers were Billy Glen Alexander, John and let us help you with your tax
Wayne Hedgpath, David Larkin, Preston “Man” Minus, Don preparation and electronic fil-
Spidle, Gary Stone and William Sullivan. ing.”
Bumpers Funeral Home of York was in charge of arrange- The VITA clinic will offer
ments. income tax return preparation
Memorials may be made to: services Mondays and
The Livingston United Methodist Church or Wednesdays from 10 until 11
The Myeloma Institute for Research and Therapy a.m. and noon until 1 p.m.,
In Memory of Billy Trawick Tuesdays from 11 a.m. until 1
4301 West Markham Street p.m. and 4 until 6 p.m., and
#816 Thursdays from 11 a.m. until 1
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205 p.m. Assistance is also available
Galilee Baptist Church February events by appointment. The VITA clin-
ic is in Wallace Hall room 214
Mission Fest with morning service at 10 on the UWA campus.
Pastor Bob Nelson Little a.m. Elder Hugh Glover of “We want everyone to know
of the Galilee Baptist Montgomery will deliver they don’t have to pay an
Church of Panola will host a the message. And as a con- income tax preparation chain to
'Mission Fest' on Tues., Feb. tinuation of the Celebration file their taxes, when UWA
22 from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. at 3 p.m. Pastor Wade Lewis offers the same service at no
This is in corporation with of the Friendship Baptist cost,” Stipe said.
Elliot and Pat Nichols of the Church in Tuscaloosa will The University’s VITA clinic
Southern Baptist be the guest pastor for the primarily serves residents of
Missionaries to Sub-Sahara evening. Choctaw, Greene, Marengo,
Africa and Chaplain John
Ramsey of East Kentucky
11th Annual Pastor
The Galilee Baptist
Church of Panola will be
Celebrating their 11th
Annual Pastor Anniversary
for Bob Nelson Little on
Sun., Feb. 20 beginning
Randy Allen Moore is
the daughter of the late
William and Ora Dee
Allen. She would like
to send her birthday
out ot all her sisters
and brothers and also,
her husband, Rodney
Moore, and family and
friends on her
birthday, Feb. 16.
And Thank the Lord
for letting me be able
to do this.
Randy Allen Moore
SCHS Class of 1973
will meet on Sunday,
February 20, 2011 at
5:00pm at Pizza Hut
in Livingston, AL. All
classmates are asked
to attend. Reunion
business on the
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MORTGAGE Tequila Baskin and Stanley Baskin, having claims against said Estate are Alabama, on March 15, 2011, during FORECLOSURE utilities which constitute liens upon
FORECLOSURE SALE husband and wife, to Mortgage hereby required to present the same the legal hours of sale, all of its right, ALABAMA, SUMTER said property; all restrictive
Default having been made in the Electronic Registration Systems, within time allowed by law or the title, and interest in and to the follow- COUNTY covenants, easements, rights-of-way
payment of the indebtedness secured Inc., acting solely as nominee for same will be barred. ing described real estate, situated in Default having been made in the and any other matters of record supe-
by that certain mortgage executed by SouthTrust Mortgage Corporation, Mary Louise Townsend Taylor Sumter County, Alabama, to-wit: payment of the indebtedness secured rior to said Mortgage. This property
Tiffany D. Delaine, an unmarried on the 30th day of June, 2004, said Executrix A lot 74.5 feet in width and 200 by that certain mortgage executed by will be sold without warranty or
woman, to Mortgage Electronic mortgage recorded in the Office of 3tc/2-17 feet in depth, which is a part of Lot Norris Properties, LLC, to Money recourse, expressed or implied as to
Registration Systems, Inc. acting the Judge of Probate of Sumter No. 2, Block No. 33 as shown by the Resource Corporation, a New York title, use and/or enjoyment and will
solely as nominee for Bank of County, Alabama, in Book 286, Page MORTGAGE official map of the Town of York, Corporation, on the 15th day of June be sold subject to the right of
America, N.A., on the 28th day of 123; said mortgage having subse- FORECLOSURE SALE Alabama, which said lot is more par- 2007, said mortgage recorded in the redemption of all parties entitled
April, 2010, said mortgage recorded quently been transferred and Default having been made in the ticularly described as follows, to-wit: Office of the Judge of Probate of thereto. To the best knowledge and
in the Office of the Judge of Probate assigned to Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., payment of the indebtedness secured Commencing at an iron stob located Sumter County, Alabama, in Book belief of the undersigned, the party in
of Sumter County, Alabama, in by instrument recorded in Mortgage by that certain mortgage executed by in the Northeast corner of Lot No. 2, 298, Page 187; Sumter County, possession of the property is Norris
MORT Book 307, Page 387; said Book 307, Page 497, in the aforesaid Thomas C. Looney and Barbara L. Block No. 33, as shown by the offi- Alabama Records, said Security Properties, LLC or a tenant or ten-
mortgage having subsequently been Probate Office; the undersigned Looney, to Regions Bank d/b/a cial map of the Town of York, Deed having been given to secure a ants, and said property is more com-
transferred and assigned to BAC Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., as Regions Mortgage, on the 24th day Alabama, From said point run thence Note of even date in the original prin- monly known as 104 Lafayette
Home Loans Servicing, L.P., the Mortgagee/Transferee, under and by of September, 2007, said mortgage South 35 degrees 30 minutes East cipal amount of TWO HUNDRED Street, Livingston, Alabama 35470.
undersigned BAC Home Loans virtue of the power of sale contained recorded in the Office of the Judge of along the West margin of Main Street FIFTY-TWO THOUSAND AND The Mortgagee/Transferee
Servicing, L.P., as in said mortgage, will sell at public Probate of Sumter County, Alabama, for a distance of 112 feet to a point, 00/100 DOLLARS ($252,000.00) reserves the right to bid for and pur-
Mortgagee/Transferee, under and by outcry to the highest bidder for cash, in MORT Book 299, Page 274; the which is the Point of Beginning of with interest thereon as provided for chase the real estate and to credit its
virtue of the power of sale contained in front of the main entrance of the undersigned Regions Bank d/b/a the lot hereby conveyed. Said Point therein, said mortgage having subse- purchase price against the expenses
in said mortgage, will sell at public Courthouse at Livingston, Sumter Regions Mortgage, as of Beginning is the Northeast corner quently been transferred and of sale and the indebtedness secured
outcry to the highest bidder for cash, County, Alabama, on March 22, Mortgagee/Transferee, under and by of the lot herein described and here- assigned to Bayview Loan Servicing, by the real estate.
in front of the main entrance of the 2011, during the legal hours of sale, virtue of the power of sale contained by conveyed. From said point of LLC, as Mortgagee/Transferee, The sale will be conducted subject
Courthouse at Livingston, Sumter all of its right, title, and interest in and in said mortgage, will sell at public beginning run thence South 35 under and by virtue of the power of (1) to confirmation that the sale is not
County, Alabama, on March 22, to the following described real estate, outcry to the highest bidder for cash, degrees 30 minutes East along the sale contained in said mortgage, will prohibited under the U.S.
2011, during the legal hours of sale, situated in Sumter County, Alabama, in front of the main entrance of the West margin of said lot for a distance sell at public outcry to the highest Bankruptcy Code and (2) to final
all of its right, title, and interest in and to-wit: Courthouse at Livingston, Sumter of 74.5 feet to a point which is the bidder for cash, in front of the main confirmation and audit of the status
to the following described real estate, Lot 20, Block B, of Happy Acres County, Alabama, on March 8, 2011, Southeast corner of the lot hereby entrance of the Courthouse at of the loan with the holder of the
situated in Sumter County, Alabama, Subdivision in the Town of York, during the legal hours of sale, all of conveyed, (and is also the East Livingston, Sumter County, Security Deed.
to-wit: Alabama, according to a map or plat its right, title, and interest in and to Termini of the agreed boundary line Alabama, February 22, 2011, during Bayview Loan Servicing, LLC,
In the East 1/2 of NW 1/4 of prepared by the Butler Auction the following described real estate, between the said R. B. Green and R. the legal hours of sale, all of its right, Mortgagee/Transferee
Section 11, Township 16 North, Company in April and May of 1960. situated in Sumter County, Alabama, N. Grant, who owns the property title, and interest in and to the follow- as Attorney in Fact for
Range 4 West, described as: From Said map is recorded in Map Book 2, to-wit: contiguous to the property being ing described real estate, situated in Norris Properties, LLC,
the Northwest corner of said Section Page 55 of the records of the Probate Begin at a point 886.0 feet E and hereby conveyed, on the Southside Sumter County, Alabama, to-wit: Contact: Dionna Squires John
11 run South 1 degree 23 minutes Office of Sumter County, Alabama. 1421.0 feet N of SW corner of thereof). From said point run thence COMMENCE AT A ½” INCH THE CALLINS LAW FIRM,
East along the Section Line for 1560 More correctly described as: Lot 20, Section 16, Township 19 N, Range 2 South 56 degrees 30 minutes West PIN FOUND, THE NORTHEAST LLC
feet; thence North 79 degrees 52 Block C, of Happy Acres W; thence run N 75 degrees 30 min- along the North boundary line of Lot CORNER OF LOT 58, TOWN OF 101 Marietta Street, Suite 1030
minutes East for 1558.6 feet to the Subdivision in the Town of York, utes W for a distance of 420.0 feet to No. 4, of said Block No. 33 for a dis- LIVINGSTON, DEED BOOK E, Atlanta, GA 30303
point of beginning of herein Alabama, according to a map or plat an iron pin; thence turn an inside tance of 200 feet to a point, which is PAGE 1, SUMTER COUNTY, (404) 681-5826
described parcel of land; thence from prepared by the Butler Auction angle to the right of 80 degrees 46 the Southwest corner of lot herein ALABAMA, ALSO KNOWN AS File No. FA11.03.006
said point of beginning run South 1 Company in April and May of 1960. minutes for a distance of 304.4 feet to described and hereby conveyed (said THE POINT OF COMMENCE- THIS LAW FIRM IS
degree 23 minutes East for 295 feet; Said map is recorded in Map Book 2, an iron pill; thence turn an inside line is the line agreed upon as the MENT; THENCE RUN S 32 ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A
thence South 88 degrees 51 minutes Page 55 of the records of the Probate angle to the right of 99 degrees 14 boundary line between the said R. B. DEGREES, 34'25” W, 138.44 FEET DEBT. ANY INFORMATION
East for 295 feet to a point on the Office of Sumter County, Alabama. minutes for a distance of 401.8 feet to Green property described herein and TO A ½” IRON PIN SET, THE OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR
centerline of Sumter County THIS PROPERTY WILL BE an iron pin; thence turn an inside the F. N. Grant property located in NORTH EDGE OF A CONCRETE THAT PURPOSE.
Highway No.5; thence North 1 SOLD ON AN “AS IS, WHERE IS” angle to the right of 84 degrees 17 Lot. No. 4, Block No. 33, which is CURB, ALSO KNOWN AS THE 3tc/2-3
degree 23 minutes West for 295 feet, BASIS, SUBJECT TO ANY EASE- minutes for a distance of 301.0 feet to contiguous to the said Green proper- POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence North 88 degrees 51 minutes MENTS, ENCUMBRANCES, the point of beginning. Said property ty on the South side of it, the West THENCE RUN S 57 DEGREES
West for 295 feet to the point 'of AND EXCEPTIONS REFLECTED is located in the SW 1/4 of Section Termini of the said property line as 55'50” E, 147.52 FEET TO A 3”
beginning, subject to the right-of- IN THE MORTGAGE AND 16, Township 19 N, Range 2 W, agreed upon by the said R. B. Green IRON PIN FOUND ON A FENCE,
way of above named highway. THOSE CONTAINED IN THE Sumter County, Alabama. and the said F. N. Grant), thence run THENCE RUN ALONG A FENCE
Property Street Address: 4810 RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF ALSO: Begin at a point 1127 feet North 35 degrees West parallel to S 31 DEGREES 36'17” W, 65.54
All Real estate adver-
Brunson 5, Cuba, AL 36907-9607 THE JUDGE OF PROBATE OF E and 1873 feet N or SW corner of said Main Street for a distance of FEET TO A 3” IRON PIN FOUND
THIS PROPERTY WILL BE THE COUNTY WHERE THE Section 16, Township 19 N, Range 2 74.5 feet to a point which is the AT A FENCE CORNER; THENCE
SOLD ON AN “AS IS, WHERE IS”
BASIS, SUBJECT TO ANY EASE-
TY IS SITUATED. THIS PROP-
W; thence run N 75 degrees 30 min-
utes W for a distance of 420.0 feet to
Northwest corner of the lot herein
described and hereby conveyed;
RUN S 31 DEGREES 36'25” W,
97.24 FEET A ½ IRON PIN SET 30 tised here is subject
MENTS, ENCUMBRANCES, ERTY WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT an iron pin; thence turn an inside thence run North 56 degrees 30 min- FEET NORTHEAST OF THE to the Federal Fair
Housing Act, which
AND EXCEPTIONS REFLECTED WARRANTY OR RECOURSE, angle to the left of 99 degrees 14 utes East for a distance of 200 feet to CENTERLINE OF SOUTH
IN THE MORTGAGE AND EXPRESSED OR IMPLIEDAS TO minutes for a distance of 213.8 feet to the Point of Beginning. Located in STREET (60' RIGHT OF WAY):
THOSE CONTAINED IN THE
RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF
TITLE, USE AND/OR ENJOY-
MENT AND WILL BE SOLD
an iron pin; thence turn an inside
angle to the left of 80 degrees 46
Section 33, Township 18 North,
Range 3 West, in the Town of York,
THENCE RUN N 57 DEGREES
14'37” W, 151.13 FEET TO A ½” makes it illegal to
THE JUDGE OF PROBATE OF SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF minutes for a distance of 401.8 feet to Sumter County, Alabama. It is a part IRON PIN SET 30 FEET NORTH- advertise any prefer-
ence, limitation, or
THE COUNTY WHERE THE REDEMPTION OF ALL PARTIES an iron pin; thence turn an inside of Lot No. 2, Block 33 as shown by EAST OF THE CENTERLINE OF
ABOVE-DESCRIBED PROPER- ENTITLED THERETO. angle to the left of 104.25 minutes for the official map of the Town of York, SOUTH STREET; THENCE RUN
TY IS SITUATED. THIS PROP- This sale is made for the purpose a distance of 214.0 feet to the point of Alabama. N 32 DEGREES 52' 50”E, 160.98
ERTY WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT of paying the indebtedness secured beginning. Said property is located ill Property Street Address: 353 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
WARRANTY OR RECOURSE, by said mortgage, as well as the the SW 1/4 of Section 16, Township Main Street, York, AL 36925 NING. SAID HEREIN
on race, color religion,
sex, handicap, familial
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIEDAS TO expenses of foreclosure. 19 N, Range 2 W, Sumter County, THIS PROPERTY WILL BE DESCRIBED TRACT CONTAINS
TITLE, USE AND/OR ENJOY- The Mortgagee/Transferee Alabama. SOLD ON AN “AS IS, WHERE IS” 0.55 ACRES, MORE OR LESS,
status, or national ori-
MENT AND WILL BE SOLD reserves the right to bid for and pur- Property Street Address: 629 BASIS, SUBJECT TO ANY EASE- AND LIES IN THE CITY OF LIV-
SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF chase the real estate and to credit its Country Club Rd, Livingston, AL MENTS, ENCUMBRANCES, INGSTON, SUMTER COUNTY,
REDEMPTION OF ALL PARTIES
purchase price against the expenses
of sale and the indebtedness secured
THIS PROPERTY WILL BE
AND EXCEPTIONS REFLECTED
IN THE MORTGAGE AND
The indebtedness secured by said gin or intention to
This sale is made for the purpose by the real estate. SOLD ON AN “AS IS, WHERE IS” THOSE CONTAINED IN THE Mortgage has been and is hereby make any such pref-
erence, limitation, or
of paying the indebtedness secured This sale is subject to postpone- BASIS, SUBJECT TO ANY EASE- RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF declared due because of default
by said mortgage, as well as the ment or cancellation. MENTS, ENCUMBRANCES, THE JUDGE OF PROBATE OF under the terms of said Mortgage,
expenses of foreclosure. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., AND EXCEPTIONS REFLECTED THE COUNTY WHERE THE including but not limited to the non-
The Mortgagee/Transferee Mortgagee/Transferee IN THE MORTGAGE AND ABOVE-DESCRIBED PROPER- payment of the indebtedness as and
We will not knowingly
reserves the right to bid for and pur- Ginny Rutledge THOSE CONTAINED IN THE TY IS SITUATED. THIS PROP- when due. The indebtedness remain-
chase the real estate and to credit its SIROTE & PERMUTT, P.C. RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF ERTY WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT ing in default, this sale will be made
purchase price against the expenses
of sale and the indebtedness secured
P. O. Box 55727
Birmingham, AL 35255-5727
THE JUDGE OF PROBATE OF
THE COUNTY WHERE THE
WARRANTY OR RECOURSE,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIEDAS TO
for the purpose of paying the same,
all expenses of the sale, including accept any advertis-
by the real estate.
This sale is subject to postpone-
TY IS SITUATED. THIS PROP-
TITLE, USE AND/OR ENJOY-
MENT AND WILL BE SOLD
attorney's fees and all other payments
provided for under the terms of the ing for real estate
ment or cancellation. www.sirote.com/foreclosures ERTY WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF Mortgage. which is in
violation of the law.
BAC Home Loans Servicing, 144090 WARRANTY OR RECOURSE, REDEMPTION OF ALL PARTIES Said property will be sold subject
L.P., Mortgagee/Transferee 3tc/2-17 EXPRESSED OR IMPLIEDAS TO ENTITLED THERETO. to the following items which may
Andy Saag TITLE, USE AND/OR ENJOY- This sale is made for the purpose affect the title to said property: all
SIROTE & PERMUTT, P.C. IN THE PROBATE COURT MENT AND WILL BE SOLD of paying the indebtedness secured zoning ordinances; matters which This Notice
P. O. Box 55727 OF SUMTER COUNTY, SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF by said mortgage, as well as the would be disclosed by an accurate
Birmingham, AL 35255-5727 ALABAMA CASE NO: 6607 REDEMPTION OF ALL PARTIES expenses of foreclosure. survey or by an inspection of the Published as a
Attorney for IN THE MATTER OF THE ENTITLED THERETO. The Mortgagee/Transferee property; any outstanding taxes, Public Service by
Mortgagee/Transferee ESTATE OF PEARLEAN This sale is made for the purpose reserves the right to bid for and pur- including but not limited to ad val-
www.sirote.com/foreclosures PHILLIPS TOWNSEND, of paying the indebtedness secured chase the real estate and to credit its orem taxes, which constitute liens Sumter County
208367 Deceased. by said mortgage, as well as the purchase price against the expenses upon said property; special assess- Record Journal
Need Passport Photos , a
3tc/2-17 LETTERS TESTAMENTARY expenses of foreclosure. of sale and the indebtedness secured ments; all outstanding bills for public
of said deceased having been granted The Mortgagee/Transferee by the real estate.
MORTGAGE to the undersigned on the 11th day of reserves the right to bid for and pur- This sale is subject to postpone-
FORECLOSURE SALE February, 2011, by the Honorable chase the real estate and to credit its ment or cancellation.
Default having been made in the Willie Pearl Rice, Judge of the purchase price against the expenses CitiCorp Trust Bank, FSB,
payment of the indebtedness secured Probate Court of Sumter County, of sale and the indebtedness secured Mortgagee/Transferee
badge id photo or a photo ID?
by that certain mortgage executed by notice is hereby given that all persons by the real estate. Colleen McCullough
This sale is subject to postpone- SIROTE & PERMUTT, P.C.
Donʼt waste gas money and time
ment or cancellation. P. O. Box 55727
Regions Bank d/b/a Regions Birmingham, AL 35255-5727
Mortgage, Mortgagee/Transferee Attorney for
driving out to Meridian or Demopolis.
Andy Saag Mortgagee/Transferee
SIROTE & PERMUTT, P.C. www.sirote.com/foreclosures
Come down to
P. O. Box 55727 206171
Birmingham, AL 35255-5727 3tc/2-10
Mortgagee/Transferee LEGAL NOTICE
www.sirote.com/foreclosures ST BUNN CONSTRUCTION
189238 CO. HEREBY GIVES NOTICE OF
3tc/2-17 COMPLETION OF CONTRACT
WITH THE STATE OF ALA-
MORTGAGE BAMA, FOR PROJECT # STPAA-
FORECLOSURE SALE 0007(523), SUMTER COUNTY.
Default having been made in the THIS NOTICE WILL APPEAR
payment of the indebtedness secured FOR FOUR CONSECUTIVE
by that certain mortgage executed by WEEKS BEGINNING ON FEB-
Angela Jones aka Angela Finch and RUARY 10, THROUGH MARCH
Shouldn’t the perfect job just drop into your lap
at 210 S. Washington in Livingston
Calvin Finch, to CitiCorp Trust 3, 2011. ALL CLAIMS SHOULD
(or your in-box)?
Bank, FSB, on the 13th day of BE FILED AT 1904 UNIVERSITY
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ct undersigned CitiCorp Trust Bank, COMPANY, INC.
If you are looking for construction bids, road repair bids,
FSB, as Mortgagee/Transferee, 4tc/2-10
consulting or even food service bids, AlabamaLegals.com can
under and by virtue of the power of
help you find them easily.
sale contained in said mortgage, will NOTICE OF COMPLETION
AlabamaLegals.com is a fully searchable database of legal notices
No Identification is necessary for Pass Port
sell at public outcry to the highest E&D Hauling and Equipment,
published in the newspapers of Alabama. This site is made possible by the
bidder for cash, in front of the main Inc. hereby gives notice of comple-
newspapers of Alabama and the Alabama Press Association.
Photos or Identification Badge Photos.
entrance of the Courthouse at tion of construction of Project #99-
Free public notice searches
Livingston, Sumter County, 508-690-000-918 Sumter County.
this notice will for four consecutive
IF YOU ARE A CUSTOMER OF THE
weeks beginning February 10, 2011,
For Photo Identification cards bring two
ending March 3, 2011. All claims
CITY OF YORK, ALABAMA WATER SYSTEM,
should be filed to 1792 Meyers Cove
forms of identification with a social security
Dr. Tarpon Springs FL. 34689 during
YOU MAY HAVE A LEGAL CLAIM. number and your birth date, such as your
E&D Hauling and Equipment
Social Security Card, Birth Certificate, a
Call immediately to protect your interest. Government Approved Identification Card or
NOTICE OF COMPLETION
City of Livingston
a Voter Registration Card. These are not state
John T. Stamps, Attorney at Law.
No photo copies will be accepted of
Cardinal Contracting, Inc., P.O. B
Toll FREE- 1-866- JTLAW66
ox 10, Creola, AL 36525 has com-
pleted its work on the Sewer Extensi
ons for the Sumter County Consolida
ted High School Project in Livingsto
n,AL . This construction was part of
The Photo Identification card will not be state
the Project No. 5-09-043(1). ANY P
Personal Injury Automobile Accidents Trucking Accidents
INST THE PROJECT SHOULD N
certified. Children under 18 must be accom-
panied by an adult.
Mon., Tues., Thurs, Fri.
OTIFY Josh Pierce, Goodwyn, Mills
and Cawood, Inc., 2660 East Chase
Medial malpractice Nursing Home Abuse Wrongful Deaths Lane, Suite 200, Montgomery, AL 3
Cardinal Contracting, Inc.
Insurance Claims Defective Products Employment Discrimination P.O. Box 10
Creola, AL 36525
“No representation is made of the quality of legal services t be performed or the expertise of the lawyer to perform such services.”
4B Sumter County Record-Journal Thursday, February 17, 2010
Happy year of the rabbit to our Chinese friends here in Livingston
By Claire Smith HOPE ALL OF YOU WON- their lovely daughters are the the whole trip , the highlight for loves snow as much as I do, it’s Alphonso Henderson, that
Happy Birthday to Martha DERFUL PEOPLE HAD A same way. The girls are so Peggy was the singing and Sheila. I am going to art this was a mighty big deer you got.
Long, Brittany Dahl, Chris SWEET VALENTINES DAY. much like their parents in that dancing on the last night at sup- afternoon and am going to insist I know you and your parents
Hawley, Caine Conway,Aubrey Thanks to all of you who they have a smile for everyone. pertime. When I asked if she that she help us to create a snow and grandparents were so
McElroy, Kayley Stegall, Issac helped to make the Friends of Angie and Betsy were close danced she said “why yes,” and scene with our paint brushes. proud.
Freeman, Danny Williams Trey the Library Book Sale a suc- friends growing up and we I even saw her picture. The boat She can do it, I know she can! Really enjoyed the write up
Waddell, Dianne Colquitt, cess. On the Saturday of the always looking forward to her docked in Mobile at 8:30 the When Raiford Noland called I on Coach Will Hall recently in
Tenisha Hatten, Lauren Parton, Sale a total of $447.00 was being in our home. The next morning. What a wonder- was not the least bit surprised to the paper. We feel very lucky to
Terrie Wilborn, Jerry Ratziaff, made and since then I am not Trawick family were always so ful trip they had and Peggy is hear him say that he had two have Coach Hall to take over
James D. Todd, Patricia Wedel, sure, but I know some books close and I can just imagine how looking forward to some of her snowballs in his hands. He is our football program. Best of
Michael Colvin, Mildred have been sold. Last time I was you must already miss Billy. He friends coming to her birthday another one who just loves the luck to you, your staff and your
Boutwell, DeMarira Buford, down there a number of great had been sick for a very long party in April! snow. When Robert, Patrice, team.
Gary Rundles, Candace novels were still there waiting time and the one comfort that Peggy went to Mary Eleanor Betsy and Sally were little we Tiger Day 2011 is set at
Strickland, Sharon LaCoste, for a good home at a small price. we all have is that he is no Loftin’s for a weekend recently. had so much fun with them in UWA for February 26th begin-
Lynn Dial, Daniel Atkins and You may want to drop in and longer suffering. Our prayers They went to Biloxi for a night the snow. It was always a fami- ning at noon. Hope to see many
Elizabeth Hohn. see if there is anything left that are with you all and we want where their friend Linda and her ly thing when we would play in alumni here on that date. There
Happy Anniversary to David you would like to have. you to know that we are here for Mother met them. They had a the snow with those kids. When will be twin bull baseball
and Rita Malone, Edward and We are saddened by the death you if you ever need Doc or me good mini vacation together. a couple of Delta Chi Brothers games. Both the men’s and
Susie Jones, Carolyn and James of one of the finest gentlemen in anyway. Can just imagine how deli- dropped by after sliding down women’s basketball games will
Landrum, Donald and Helen that I have ever known. Billy The lovely Miss Tombigbee cious Danny Carrier’s Shrimp the hill by Tiger Stadium I defi- be played that day and there will
Lauderdale, Jimmy and Deanne Trawick was a man that every- 2011 Jessica Brookshire and her Gumbo must have been that nitely knew that traditions con- be the annual Alumni Cookout.
Dial, JoAnn and Charlie Cook, one looked forward to seeing. Rising Star Laura Grace Henry was served at the Episcopal tinue here. It is always a fun day.
Denice and Johnny Moore, Whenever you saw him he was rode in the Inaugral Parade Parish House on Wednesday. Jill up at Campus Police, Mrs. Madie, you got that
Russell and Sherry Stone, and always smiling and friendly. in Montgomery. The picture of That along with King Cake and what was that we were talking “Red-Fashion Stand” so right.
Scott and Leanne Sullivan. His beautiful wife Traudy, and them in the Record / Journal I’ll bet French Bread had to about the other day? Love you lady and hope to see
A Brief Look at the Star
recently riding in the blue con- have been out of this world. Remember, because we have to you soon, red hat and all. I have
Morning Star Black History
vertible Corvette driven by Jessica Scott’s Daddy is finish our conversation soon. one as well. We need to sport
Jessica’s Daddy Lloyd doing well now. He was moved Enjoyed being with Kendra, our red around town soon. With
Brookshire was so pretty. last week frm his hospital room Tiffany, Miss Q, and Miss Kasey and Sandra as well.
program this Sunday
Mike and Peggy Colvin went to a townhouse on the UAB Pageant at Campus School the Wouldn’t that be fun!
on a cruise recently. I was so campus to stay at least three other day. Thanks for all your Remember what we used to say
excited when I saw them down weeks. This is just to make sure help when we were getting the when we worked together at the
By Earlene Wallace and Val Mrs. Ben Walker, Mr. and Mrs. town on their way home. Bet that his body doesn’t reject his little friends ready to be picked Tutwiler Library. “Let um talk.
McAboy Johnny Wilson and Mr. and Mike was not so thrilled new liver. Please keep him in up because of bad weather. We are giving someone else a
What a beautiful cold week! Mrs. James Wallace. Hope you because it took Peggy and me at your prayers. It is just amazing to see Ms. rest.”
It was so amazing to wake up to all have many more blessed least two red lights to say our On Feb. 4 Miss Tombigbee’s Joan, Mr. Donte, Miss Kaley, Wayne and I were just so
snow. The trees and ground was years together. greetings. They went to Mobile Outstanding Teen Jamie Mrs. Jaysa, Miss Olivia, and upset that at the last minute, we
covered for a while everything The McGowen club held and stayed at the Renaisance Hillman entertained in a Talent Miss Courtney work with those didn’t get to go to the Chinese
was just beautiful. Sun., Feb. 6 their regular monthly meeting at Hotel right where the boat Show at Shelby County High dear little friends. I love being New Years Celebration. I talked
the Morning Star Baptist the home of Lillie Willis. It was docked and spent the night. School in Columbiana. Jamie there early in the morning to see with Collier and she said it was
Church opened its doors at 10 also her birthday. They sang Christopher and Catherine performed her talent in which the children as they come in and wonderful. So much fun and
a.m. for Sunday School. Shortly happy birthday to her and had Bealle took they to Felix’s for she will present at the Miss rush to give hugs to their teach- the food was out of this world.
afterwards was our regular cake and ice cream. supper that night and it was Alabama’s Outstanding Teen ers. Tong, WinMeim, William, and
order of service. Music was ren- Happy birthday to all wonderful. The next morning the first weekend on March. Our thoughts and prayers are Helen, please let us come to the
dered by our youth choir. As February births: Jasmin Mary Eleanor had breakfast We were all saddened to here with the family and friends of next party. We are so sorry that
always they did a fantastic job. Vaughn, Margret Almond, with them before they boarded of the death of Reverend Bob Ellen Carter. Mrs. Carter passed we missed all of the great fun
Pastor Wilson is still telling us Albert Lard, Marcus Hill Jr., the boat. They were taken to the Penton. Reverend Penton away recently. She will be and we are so anxious to be with
what we must do to be saved. Tamara Walker, Christine dock at 11:30 that morning to passed away on Saturday missed by so many people. you all next time. See you very
The church family traveled to Delaine and Lillie Willis. I hope get on the boat and get their pic- February 5, 2011. Many of us J. T. Dubose passed away on soon, my friend. This cold
Mt. Valley Baptist church in your day was good. Belated ture taken. They got to their became very close to Bob and January 15, 2011. Our thoughts weather makes me think of that
Meridian, Miss. to worship with birthday wishes goes out to M. room at 4:00 p.m. and prepared his lovely wife Ruth when he and prayers are with all of his delicious sweet and sour soup!
them in their 50 men in black Walker, LenaAlmond and Katie to go to the dining room for 6 was Pastor at the Livingston many friends and family in their “Every saint has a past and
and 50 women in white pro- Nicholson Gone, but never will o’clock dinner. There were 125 United Methodist Church. time of grief. every sinner has a future.”
gram. Rev. Ronnie Walk, pastor be forgotten: Terri Hill’s special jobbers in their party. There They were very dear to my We are thinking of the family
of Mt. Pleasant Baptist church, day would have been Feb. 16. were couples from Mobile, Mother when he was her Pastor. and friends of Mary Sue
was master of order. We really This special young lady would Centerville, Florida, Our thoughts and prayers are Johnson today. Mrs. Johnson
starts March 15
did have a good time. The not let you forget her birthday. Louiseville, Kentucky and with Ruth and all of their family passed away on January 28,
United Male Chorus, along with She would start telling you two Raliegh, North Carlina. They and many friends in this time of 2011. Our prayers are with you
many other groups, sang praises weeks in advance “my birthday ate with the same two couples sorrow. all at this time of sorrow.
to the Lord. is Feb. 16” and would remind each meal. Peggy ( I can just Last week when at the gro- Velona Radcliff passed away SCRJ wants to
On Feb. 4 Robert, Val and you until that day came. We will see her in action, he r friendly cery store it was amazing how on January 24, 2011. Our show off your
Marcus traveled to Birmingham always love and remember you self getting to know folks.) said many people were storing up for thoughts and prayers are with all Turkey pictures! 1st
to celebrate Tamara’s 18th birth- said THE MORNING STAR that they knew everybody on the snowy weather to come. of her family and friends as they or 145th, we want
day dinner. Everything was CHURCH FAMILY. the boat before it was over. She Hasty and Barbara were helping grieve her death. to show off your
nice.APre-Valentine ball was at We are still sending prayers now has friends from China, me to get on my way and I Our thoughts and prayers are kill! Email the
the Morning Star Community Tialand, Australia, and I don’t appreciated them being so help- with the family and friends of original photo and
for all bereaved, sick and shut-
know where else. The night of ful in getting my stuff in the bas- Julia Williams who passed a description to
Center on Feb. 12 sponsored by ins everywhere, Lena Almond,
the Super Bowl, there were two ket. I think that is why I go at away on January 22, 2011. We scrjmedia
the Sisterhood club. I was told Verina Moore, Para Lee May,
that they had a ball. Some of York Hare, Edgar Price, Onnie ballrooms with big screen TVs the busy time of day, because hope that fond memories will
drop it off at SCRJ
Morning Star Church family Ruffins, Cora Pines, Miller where the game could be they are always so willing to soon replace some of your sor-
at 210 S.
traveled to Elizabeth Baptist Price, Ethel Webb, Ethel watched. At one there was a help an old lady like me. row.
Washington St. in
church to worship with them in McAboy, David Hopson, Leola Mexican buffet and the other a Oh my what a beautiful scene Congratulations to Ralph and Livingston, across
their regular order of service Hopson, Mary Herlong buffet of hamburgers, hotdogs, that I see from my window as I Lagean Byrd celebrate their from the court -
and Black History program. NaShunta Watson and Robert subway sandwiches and fries. type (this is Thursday morning). 50th Anniversary on February house.
Some of the church family trav- Wilson. They stopped at Cosamel and The snow is absolutely beauti- 18, 2011. A party will be given
eled to Smith Chapel Baptist Something to do: come join the ladies shopped while the ful. Have to admit that the front to them by their Children Steve No camera? No
Church to worship with them in The Morning Star church for men folks set at a sidewalk café. yard is not so pretty as it has too and Joy Byrd, Sherry Byrd, problem! Bring the
their regular order of service our Black History program Feb. They went to see “Win” which many of my footprints in it. I and their Granddaughter deer down to SCRJ
Rev. Richard Wilson pastor. 20 along with regular service. is a Broadway Show and also just can’t stay out of it. I thought Shannon Byrd, on February 20 office and weʼll
Congratulations on you all Remember to always keep saw an Elvis impersonator. I do of Sheila Hull when the first at the York Baptist Church. take it for you.
wedding anniversary Mr. and your eyes on the prize. believe that, though she loved flakes began to fall. If anyone Have a great party.
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The things we collect
Thursday, February 17, 2010 Sumter County Record-Journal 5B
Ward News Of Crud and Crumbs
World day of prayer is March 4
By Jean Rew and June son Matthew visited Marilyn weekend were Allison and Alan
Stephenson Powell recently. Crotwell and boys Harrison and heart and her Number One had bought a cof-
Hello, Readers, hope your This was four generations of Griffin of Birmingham, and expression was, fee table book about gnomes. I
week has been a good one. Powells, and I know they had a Howard and Judy Rew of “Woe is me!” don’t know why. It was a very
Ward had snow Thursday, not a great time. Athens. Rosemary Rew wasn't The man frog elaborate book; told how big (or
lot, but it did cover the ground. Wanda Rew had a medical able to attend the celebration just looked kind small) they were, names, and so
Yesterday and today (Sunday) procedure last week, and the because she was fighting a of blank; forth.
have been beautiful, full of sun- report I hear is that she feels "nasty virus", as the doctor maybe he was And that book stayed on my
shine, and I hung up my jacket much better. Take care, Wanda. called it. Sorry you missed this brain dead. Or, coffee table for years and years.
for what I hope is several days. Last Saturday, Feb. 12, a special occasion honoring your maybe he was I don’t clean house very often. It
Anna Drinkard made the group of friends and relatives parents, Rosie! We'll try for their just tired of her stayed there until Offspring got
Dean's List at the University of met for lunch at a popular 65th! whining. I just old enough to have a son old
Alabama last semester. Anna is restaurant in Meridian to cele- I understand that Jesse (Bo) happened to enough to ask questions. What
the daughter of Bill and Toni brate Jean and Murry's 60th Allen is quite ill in a Meridian By Madoline Thurn have a smaller frog with the are gnomes? Where do they
Drinkard of Edna and niece of wedding anniversary. hospital. Let's keep he and wife Why do we collect things? same expression as the mama live? Etc. Grandson loved the
Murry and James Rew. Good We had a lot of fun and Dot in our prayers. That’s a rhetorical question. I frog, so I sat it on the bench book so I told Offspring to take
going, Anna! enjoyed lunch, and of course I mentioned the World Day think. I have collected frogs. I beside her. A lovely family, tho’ it home. Well, there was an
Jean and Murry Rew and I much laughing, talking and of Prayer set for March 4 and I'll have collected roosters. kind of dysfunctional looking. emporium in a nearby city that
drove to Butler today for the good visiting. Our sister, Mary give more detailed information Ceramic frogs and roosters, that I don’t remember why I start- sold replicas of the gnomes
funeral of Billy Buckley. Our Brewer and daughter Jennifer later. is. I don’t know why I started ed collecting roosters. I don’t depicted in that book. So I
sympathy goes out to his family. Holman met us, but had to Thanks for reading our news collecting these things. Oh! recall ever being fond of them. began to buy them for Offspring
Freeman Powell of Hixon, return to Pensacola the same and call me (June) with happen- Light years ago, Sears had a Real ones, that is. Oh! One of as presentslike for Christmas.
Watch for deer, because
Tenn., his son David, and grand- afternoon. But visiting for the ings. People want to know! canister set with frogs on themI the offspring, when he was And I began buying gnomes
Hunting and Fishing
mean the flour, sugar, coffee and small, bought me a small metal for myself. I placed one on a
tea containers.And also the nap- tray with matching coasters, stump. He went a rambling and
kin holder, salt and pepper shak- with roosters on them. never came home. Then I began
deer wonʼt watch for you
ers, sugar dish and creamerthe Then one to them bought me a ‘gnome nook.’
whole thing. I thought they were a teapot with a rooster on it. In folklore, gnomes live
so cute. Mama bought them for Over the years, I suppose they underground and are the keep-
me. The whole thing. were placed close enough ers of precious metals. But they
Then she went on vacation, together I thought, “Hey! don’t seem to work too hard.
and as a souvenir, she bought There’s two of those things; They’re either riding on a turtle,
me a key ring with a picture of a that’s enough for a collection.” propped on a shovel, frolicking
the car. train in less than a mile. frog sitting on a lily pad with the Oh! And I collect dolls, too. with a butterfly, or something. I
I jokingly said that perhaps Deer season was very good question, “How many of these And I certainly don’t remember love creatures that put enjoy-
we should have a deer hunt in this year with a very good num- do I have to kiss?” how that got started. I just think ment before drudgery.
Cuba. There are deer every ber of large deer killed. Well, I was off and running, they are pretty. And some of the I love whimsy. Animals act-
where here and caution is the I had a great number that told collecting frogs every where I dresses they are wearing are so ing like peoplefrogs sunbathing
word when you drive on any of me of the kill they made, but went. A pair I collectedHubby elaborate. in bathing suits; gnomes taking
these roads. There has been four they did not want their name or and I were rambling way off And I’ve collected a few a break, etc. I bought a dish
deer killed by cars and pickup club or land owner put in the somewhere. We passed this gar- moose. Mooses? Anyhow, In towel because of the embroi-
trucks that I know about and this paper. den/souvenir/ tourist place. Of our ramblings, Moose are very dered scenario.
is just a slight showing of the There is the fact that many course I just had to stop; I was impressive animals. I tell you The printing read, “Fresh
deer population here. clubs and land in the part of always on the lookout for some- right now, they are bigger than a eggs.” The picture: an agitated
By A. L. Baily thing to spend money on. And,
I was at the pretty branch rail Alabama that are based by deer. And after an episode of rooster looking back over his
I have hunted deer since I why go rambling all over the
crossing late one afternoon last hunters from other counties in feeding wild donkeysignoring shoulder seems to be urging
was a young boy, but the tables continental United States if you
week and a large buck with tro- Alabama or other states. warning signs posted all over “Hurry up”, the mama hen, and
have turned on me. I had four are not going to bring back a
phy antler just missed getting hit There was plenty of deer the place not to feed the ani- an egg with a baby chick fresh-
deer jump off a high bank onto vehicle-load of junk?
by a freight train. taken by our local hunters who mals. Well, I didn’t have to be ly hatched. I would tell Hubby,
my car a few days ago and I had Well, anyway this frog cou-
The train engineer saw him also do not want their names or told not the feed the moose. But “That egg doesn’t look too fresh
five more at exactly the same ple were sitting on a bench
and blew his horn enough to just pictures in the paper. I like plastic replicas of them. to me.” Hubby would admonish
place jump off that bank of underneath an umbrella. She
barely mis that buck and there There is the fact that many And then the gnomes. While everyone, “Don’t use that towel;
Shaw road that barely missed had her arm slung across her
was no way he could stop the clubs and land in the part of still a teenager, Offspring it’s just for looks.”
Fourth Creek Conversations
Sumter County Esps meeting
Alabama that are based by
hunters from other counties in
Alabama or other states.
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pictures in the paper. By Gwendolyn Moss Carter body was placed in the church from whench cometh your help.
Hiring! One bright spot was the num- How is everybody this week? for one hour before funeral It comes from God. He will see
Great beneﬁts, salary and bonuses
ber of boys and girls who got I hope that all is well with you time. you through this. I don’t know
and yours. The funeral was set for 1 0 of the arrangements for Brother
their first deer or a deer this sea-
The weather just might go p.m. at Bethel-Pine Missionary John Trigg at this time.
son as every season is a new
beginning for all hunters no one way or the other in a couple Baptist Church of Coatopa, Rev. Sympathy and prayers are
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now I’m confused. Marcus Lawrence delivered the and the Tolliver Family of the
I am wishing a happy belated Eulogy, burial followed at Livingston area in the time of
birthday to my cousin, Charles Fourth Creek M. B. Church your loss. The Lord will watch
Love, on Jan. 16; Leola Cemetery. over you. He will put no more
Stallings and Sylvia (Sip) The family received family on you than you can bear.
Dawson, on Jan. 26; my broth- and friends at The Hightower The Mt. Herman Baptist
er, Tyrome’s on Jan. 26, also; Center in York for the repast. District Matrons distributed
Linda Mosley on Feb. 3; The family members have made Valentine treats to the residents
Barnell Love, John Jackson and it back to their homes safely. of Sumter Health and
Anitra Delaine on Feb. 5; Let us continue to pray for this Rehabilitation Center (Nursing
Glenda Burrell on Feb. 7; family. Home) in York on February 13.
Lorene Sledge on Feb. 9; Annor Sympathy and prayers are I hope that all of you had a won-
Capers Whatley and Margaret extended to the HARDAWAY derful, wonderful Valentines
Williams on Feb. 10 and FAMILY of Livingston. God is Day.
Sandra Turner on Feb. 11, too wise to make a mistake and The Sumter County Esps will
Barbara Williamson birthday too just to do anyone wrong. have a regular meeting on Feb.
on Feb. 13 and Mark Funeral Services were set for 21 at Bell-Brown Career
The Staff and Management of York Real Value Thank You Very Much Washington on Feb. 15. February 11, 2011 at 12:00 Technical Center at 4:30 p.m.
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Ennis retires with 24 years from US Air Force
Page 6B The Sumter County Record-Journal Thursday, February 17, 2011
Collins Birth Announcement
Air Force Reserve Tech. support of its mobility mis- the limelight be remembered.
Sgt. William C. Ennis has sion. He transferred to the I think best as the way we
retired from the U.S. Air 25th AERIAL PORT think about ourselves in the
Force Reserve after more than SQUADRON, 908TH Airlift present, because others see
24 years of faithful and honor- Wing, Maxwell AFB, AL for our actions as examples to
able military service to the his final assignment from model, then go about trying to
nation. He was decorated with June 2008 to November 2010 be the same way yet different
the Defense Meritorious as Material Management as their personality is also dif-
Service Medal at the retire- Craftsman in the Supply duty ferent. Those of us who have
ment ceremony. section supporting deploy- endured the hardship that mil-
The medal is awarded to ments for Operation Iraqi itary life can sometimes bring, John David and Heather Collins are proud to
individuals for non-combat Freedom. and have persevered through announce the birth of their son, Benjamin Allen Collins,
meritorious achievement or Technical Sergeant Ennis is it all, shrugged off the nega- on Tuesday, February 1, 2011. Ben weighed 7 pounds 2
service that is incontestably married to the former Ildaura tive, and kept the pace down ounces and was 19.5 inches long. He was welcomed
exceptional and of a magni- Del Carmen Barsallo-Toureau our career path seeking some home by his sister, Campbell and brother, Drew.
tude that clearly places them of the Republic of Panama. kind of positive gain and Grandparents are Richard and Sandy Cross, and
above their peers. Recipients He is the brother of found little, are perhaps the
Jimmy and Odell Collins, all of Livingston; and Great-
are assigned to or have served Simmons S. Ennis of best example of leadership
CARPETS BY M ILLER
Grandmother is Margie Campbell of Livingston.
with numerous joint activities Lafayette Street, Livingston because we show struggles in
in the Department of Defense, In 1982 received a our countenance. We have the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, joint, Bachelor of Arts in best stories to tell of our strife,
specified and allied com- Communication, University because they were real; and
mands, military agencies, and TSgt. William Callow Ennis of Alabama, Tuscaloosa , nothing was given to us for
• Carpet • Vinyl
other joint activities as desig- officially retired from the U.S. Alabama "free." This is courage.
nated by the secretary of In1990 graduated from the We earned everything we
• Ceramic Tile • Tile
Air Force after over 24 years
defense. of service to our country. A NCO Preparatory Course, have despite the odds against
He received the medal for retirement ceremony was Sembach Air Base, Germany - us for progressing more.
distinguished meritorious conducted in his honor at Residence The chances of having bet- Phone:
service as a material manage- 25th Aerial Port Squadron, In1995 graduated from ter career progression may
ment craftsman in the supply 908th Airlift Wing , Maxwell Airman Leadership School , come after our military retire-
duty section of the 25th Aerial Air Force Base, Alabama on Tinker Air Force Base, ment. It is certainly something
Port Squadron at Maxwell Air December 4, 2010. He was Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - to hope for, and yet again with
Force Base, Ala. , from June merited with 15 awards and Residence obstacles to overcome, persist
2008 to November 2010. He decorations with devices, In 2004, graduated from the until we reach "self-actualiza-
provided excellent support to over his career as a Supply NCO Academy, McGhee- tion."
personnel assigned to the
908th Airlift Wing , ultimately
sergeant for outstanding
achievement and dedication
Tyson Air National Guard
Base, Maryville, Tennessee -
Best of Irish luck, and
Godly wishes to you all my Demopolis, AL
ensuring the wing was of service to the Alabama Air Residence friends at 25 APS.” 1327 E. Pettus (Old Linden RD.)
sourced with highly qualified National Guard. In 2007 he received a
UWA Fellowship of Christian Athletes
members to meet all mission Control August 1995 through Master of Science in Relay For Life Spotlight!
requirements. February 1997. He was dis- Counseling Psychology,
Prior to retiring, Sergeant charged from active duty in University of West Alabama ,
Ennis served as a material March 1997 and joined the Livingston, Alabama
management craftsman 137th AIRLIFT WING, In 2010 he received an
assigned to the 117th Air Oklahoma Air National Associates of Logistics
Refueling Wing, Alabama Air Guard, Logistics Readiness Management, Community
National Guard, in Squadron, Oklahoma City , College of the Air Force,
Birmingham . He performed OK as an Inventory Maxwell Air Force Base,
numerous demanding and Management Specialist three Alabama.
critical positions, such as an months later becoming the In his salutation to the
inventory management crafts- Storage and Issue WG-6 fed- Squadron, Sergeant Ennis was
man in the inventory and doc- eral technician in charge of quoted as saying, “I wonder
ument control section, to jour- the warehouse. In March how folks will remember me
neyman in the receiving, stor- 1998, he transferred to the in this unit, and if I made any
age and issue, bench stock 117th AIR REFUELING difference at all. Maybe by
and delivery sections. WING, Logistics Readiness example or by influence in the
Tech. Sgt. William C. Ennis Squadron, Birmingham , AL many jokes and inspirations I
entered basic training on 5 and served as Inventory have forwarded; changing the
March 1987 at Lackland AFB, Management Journeyman in tone of a duty section; or just
TX. He attended Inventory the Receiving, Storage and being someone to listen and a
Management Technical Issue, Bench Stock and giver of advice when some-
School at Lowery AFB, CO Delivery sections of the ware- one had problems; that's the The Relay For Life team of the University of West Alabama Fellowship of Christian
May 1987 to July 1987. house through February 2003, consoling instinct in me. I ren- Athletes is ready to raise money to Find A Cure! Team members pictured front row, from
In August 1987 he was and was sent temporary duty der help by advising from left to right are: Jeremy McAdam, Jared Self, Melvin Williams, and Dallas Scarbrough;
assigned as an Inventory to Sembach Air Base, experience and will extend
Management Specialist at my hand to a friend in need.
back row: Gregory Turner, Cody Dixon, and Xavier Raymond. Would your Relay For Life
Germany in support of
RAF LAKENHEATH, 48th There are many people in team like to be featured in the Record Journal? If so, please call Gena Robbins at 652-
MICAP requirements in
Logistics Supply Squadron, Europe. From March 2003 the history books of life, and 6100 to schedule your team picture appointment. Photo by UWA Journalism Dept.
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Suffolk, England where he through May 2008, he was military leaders who have
worked in Mission Readiness Inventory Management made a lasting imprint, whose
Friday, February 25, 2011
Spares Parts (MRSP), Stock Craftsman in Inventory & laurels of achievement are
Control and Procedures and Document Control section of quoted to younger airmen to
Analysis before selecting a Supply going TDY again to inspire and encourage them;
“consecutive overseas tour” Incirlik Air Base, Turkey in but how will us folks out of Doors Open at 6 p.m. Dinner at 7 p.m.
(COT) in July 1989 to the At Livingston Civic Center
629th TACTICAL CON-
Station, Germany. July 1989
through September 1991 he
served as NCO Material
Control for this 80-member
unit while also tasked with
alternative duties including
Technician and High Lt. Col. Vanessa Dornhoeffer, 25th Aerial Port Squadron
Frequency Radio Operator for Commander with the 908th Airlift Wing at Maxwell AFB and
the Command Post, and was Ildaura Delcarmen Ennis are shown with an official certificate
the Unit Public Affairs of support on behalf of the U.S. Air Force Reserves or dedi- Single $45 Couple $60 Sponsor $260
Representative when he wel- cated devotion to her husband while serving on many military Contact:
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Commander and Chief of by Air Force Chief of Staff General Norton A. Schwartz and Air
U.S. Air Forces Europe to the Force Reserves Chief Gen. Charles E. Stenner Jr.
garrison during unit draw-
down. During this tour, he
received special assignment
to Wuescheim Air Station, Located at 1205 U.S. Highway 80 West in Demopolis, Alabama
Germany to drawdown its Across from Church’s Fried Chicken - Rick Snyder & David Snow, Owners
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build up the 601st Tactical
Control Wing, and while there
was part of the team that wel-
comed the Russian delegation
inspection removal of Ground
Launched Cruise Missiles
bringing the Cold War nearer
to closure. When his austere
assignment was drawn down,
he was transferred to the air
station in the Weser River
Valley to work in postal oper-
ations and help close the base.
From October 1991 through
August 1992, he was assigned
to the 964th AIRCRAFT
(AMU) within the 552nd
552nd Air Control Wing
AWACS), Tinker AFB, OK as
an Inventory Management
Specialist, then November
1993 through September 1995
assigned as MRSP and
Maintenance Supply Liaison
Technician for the
Consolidated Base Supply
(COSO) in support of the
552nd ACW. Sergeant Ennis
deployed in Operations
Desert Shield, Desert Storm,
Provide Comfort, Southern
Watch, and Counter Drug. He
was lastly assigned as NCOIC
Civil Engineering Material